Records containing residence address of corrections officer
(1) As used in this section:
(a) "Correctional facility" means an institution used for the confinement of persons convicted of a criminal offense or held by court order.
(b) "Corrections officer" means a person employed in a correctional facility, wherever it may be located, who primarily performs the duty of custody, control or supervision of individuals convicted of a criminal offense.
(2) A corrections officer, who is a resident of Oregon but is employed in a correctional facility located in a state other than Oregon, may request that any driver or vehicle record kept by the Department of Transportation that contains or is required to contain the corrections officer’s residence address contain instead the address of the correctional facility employing the corrections officer. A request under this subsection must:
(a) Be in a form specified by the department that includes designation of the Oregon county of residence.
(b) Contain verification of employment as determined adequate by the department to establish eligibility for this service.
(3) Upon receipt of a request and verification under this section, the department shall remove the corrections officer’s residence address from its records, if necessary, and substitute the address of the correctional facility employing the corrections officer. The department shall indicate on the records that the address shown is an employment address. While the request is in effect, the corrections officer may enter the address of the correctional facility employing the corrections officer on any driver or vehicle form issued by the department that requires an address.
(4) If the corrections officer ceases to be employed in the correctional facility, the corrections officer shall notify the department of a change of address as provided in ORS 803.220 (Notification to department of name or address change) or 807.560 (Failure to notify department upon change of address or name). [2005 c.292 §3]
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