Notice required when youth offender transfers to new school district
(1)(a) When a youth offender who is in the legal custody of the Oregon Youth Authority transfers from one school district to a different school district, the person responsible for supervising the youth offender shall notify the superintendent of the school district to which the youth offender has transferred of the youth offender’s status as a youth offender. The person shall make the notification no later than 72 hours after the person knows of the transfer.
(b) When a school district receives notification under this section, the school district may request the Oregon Youth Authority to provide additional information about the youth offender. The youth authority shall provide additional information, including the offense that brought the youth offender within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and such other information that is subject to disclosure under ORS 419A.255 (Maintenance) (5).
(2) In addition to the general notification required by subsection (1)(a) of this section, the youth authority:
(a) Shall notify the school district of the specific offense if the act bringing the youth offender within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court involved a firearm or delivery of a controlled substance.
(b) May notify the school district of the specific offense if the act bringing the youth offender within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court involved a violation of ORS 163.355 (Rape in the third degree) to 163.445 (Sexual misconduct) or 163.465 (Public indecency) or any other offense if the youth authority believes the youth offender represents a risk to other students or school staff.
(3) Except as otherwise provided in ORS 192.490 (Court authority in reviewing action denying right to inspect public records), the youth authority, a school district or anyone employed or acting on behalf of the youth authority or school district who sends or receives records under this section is not liable civilly or criminally for failing to disclose the information under this section. [1999 c.963 §3]
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