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Juvenile Provider Access System (JPAS)

What is JPAS?

The Juvenile Provider Access System (JPAS) is a subsystem of the statewide-integrated Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS), and is designed to facilitate information sharing between OYA or county juvenile parole/probation staff and contracted providers throughout the youth referral, screening, and placement process.

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JPAS Overview

JPAS is a "lens" of the JJIS and can only be accessed by authorized provider agency users.
JPAS shows providers information they need about the youth referred to them.  It gives providers a real-time view of information in a  youth's JJIS notebook to help automate the referral, wait list, and acceptance process; and easily share information about a youth's progress with their JPPO.

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Appropriate Use of JPAS

JJIS is a powerful tool and users have access to data, much of which is confidential and protected from public release by Oregon law.  All users should be alert to the necessity of protecting the integrity and confidentiality of the data in JJIS. 

Data viewed through JPAS is not to be used for one's own interest, advantage, personal gain, or any private purpose.
JPAS users' access is monitored and may be terminated for violations of the use of JJIS as outlined in the JJIS User Security Agreement. 

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Getting Access to JPAS and Logging On

Only authorized persons can access JPAS.

Once the paperwork is processed by OYA’s JPAS Security Coordinator the user receives an email containing their JPAS Log On – a user name and password.

Instructions for logging on through a secure remote desktop connection are provided at that time.

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Instructional Materials

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