Chapter 423  Corrections and Crime Control Administration and Programs

General Provisions

§ 423.010 Definitions for ORS 423.010 to 423.070
§ 423.020 Department of Corrections
§ 423.030 Department not limited by ORS 423.020
§ 423.035 Application of ORS 409.710 (1)
§ 423.070 Deposit and disbursement of funds received under Western Interstate Corrections Compact
§ 423.075 Director
§ 423.076 Director's authority to grant peace officer power to corrections officer
§ 423.078 Visitors
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Corrections Ombudsman

§ 423.400 Office established
§ 423.405 Qualifications for office
§ 423.410 Term
§ 423.415 Deputy and additional officers and employees
§ 423.420 General duties and powers
§ 423.425 Investigatory authority
§ 423.430 Investigative priority
§ 423.435 Recommendations following investigation
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Community Corrections

§ 423.475 Findings
§ 423.478 Duties of department and counties
§ 423.483 Baseline funding
§ 423.500 Definitions for ORS 423.500 to 423.560
§ 423.505 Legislative policy on program funding
§ 423.520 Financial grants to counties from Department of Corrections
§ 423.525 Application for financial aid
§ 423.530 Procedure for determining amount of financial grants
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Payments By Supervised Person

§ 423.570 Monthly fee payable by person on supervised release

(Temporary Provisions Relating To Provision Of Correctional Services In Facility Located In Another

State)

Note: Sections 1 To 3, Chapter 422, Oregon Laws 2003, Provide:

Sec. 1. (1) The Department Of Corrections May Enter Into A Contract With A Public Entity For The Provision Of Correctional Services In A Correctional Facility That Is Located In Another State If The Facility Is Suitable For The Confinement And Care Of Per

(2) Contracts Entered Into Under Subsection (1) Of This Section Are Exempt From The Provisions Of Ors Chapter 279 [Chapter Became Ors 279.835 To 279.855] And Sections 1 To 46 [Ors Chapter 279 A], 47 To 87 [Ors Chapter 279 B] And 88 To 179 [Ors Chapter 279

(3)(A) After Entering Into A Contract Under Subsection (1) Of This Section, The Department:

(A) May Convey A Person Committed To The Legal And Physical Custody Of The Department To A Correctional Facility Owned Or Operated By The Public Entity With Whom The Department Has Contracted; And

(B) May Transfer Physical Custody Of The Person To The Custodial Authorities Of The Facility.

(B) A Person Whose Physical Custody Is Transferred Under This Subsection Shall Be Confined In The Correctional Facility To Which The Person Was Conveyed Until:

(A) The Person's Sentence Has Expired Or The Person Is Otherwise Discharged By Law; Or

(B) The Department Directs That The Person:

(I) Be Returned To The Physical Custody Of The Department; Or

(Ii) Be Conveyed To Another Correctional Facility.

(C) Except As Otherwise Provided In The Contract Entered Into Under Subsection (1) Of This Section, A Person Whose Physical Custody Is Transferred Under This Subsection Is Subject To The Operational Policies And Procedures Of The Correctional Facility To

(4) When A Contract Under Subsection (1) Of This Section Expires, The Department Shall Return All Persons Confined In A Correctional Facility Pursuant To The Contract To The Physical Custody Of The Department Or Convey The Persons To Another Correctional

Sec. 2. The Department Of Corrections May Not Enter Into A Contract Under Section 1 Of This 2003 Act Unless The Department:

(1) Evaluates The Availability And Cost Of Correctional Facilities In This State Considering Constitutional Requirements, State Law Requirements And The Availability Of Programs That Enhance The Likelihood Of Offenders Successfully Functioning In Society

(2) Determines That Appropriate Correctional Facilities Are Not Available In This State. [2003 C.422 &Sect;2]

Sec. 3. Sections 1 And 2 Of This 2003 Act Are Repealed On December 31, 2009. [2003 C.422 &Sect;3]