Definitions for ORS 421.502 to 421.512
(1) "Cognitive restructuring" means any rehabilitation process that redirects the thinking of an offender into more socially acceptable directions and that is generally accepted by rehabilitation professionals.
(2) "Department" means the Department of Corrections.
(3)(a) "Offender" includes a person who:
(A) Is in the custody of the department; and
(B) Is at least 18 years of age at the time of entry into the program.
(b) "Offender" includes a person who is under 18 years of age and has been convicted of a crime upon remand from the juvenile court.
(c) "Offender" does not include a person convicted of a crime described in ORS 163.095 ("Aggravated murder" defined), 163.115 (Murder), 163.118 (Manslaughter in the first degree), 163.235 (Kidnapping in the first degree), 163.355 (Rape in the third degree), 163.365 (Rape in the second degree), 163.375 (Rape in the first degree), 163.385 (Sodomy in the third degree), 163.395 (Sodomy in the second degree), 163.405 (Sodomy in the first degree), 163.408 (Unlawful sexual penetration in the second degree), 163.411 (Unlawful sexual penetration in the first degree), 163.415 (Sexual abuse in the third degree), 163.425 (Sexual abuse in the second degree), 163.427 (Sexual abuse in the first degree), 163.435 (Contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor), 163.525 (Incest), 164.325 (Arson in the first degree) or 164.415 (Robbery in the first degree).
(4) "Program" means the special alternative incarceration program established under ORS 421.504 (Special alternative incarceration program) and the intensive alternative incarceration addiction program established under ORS 421.506 (Intensive alternative incarceration addiction program). [1993 c.681 §2; 1999 c.239 §1; 2003 c.464 §3]
Note: See note under 421.500 (Findings).
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