Collection of data relating to administrative process for adjudicating ordinance violations
- • reports
(1) A mass transit district that establishes an administrative process to adjudicate ordinance violations under ORS 267.153 (Administrative process for adjudicating ordinance violations) shall track data relating to each violation subject to the administrative process, including:
(a) The type of violation and the approximate location of the violation;
(b) The resolution of the administrative process, including the amount of fine assessed, if any, the amount and type of community service required, if any, and whether the citation was successfully resolved through the administrative process pursuant to ORS 267.153 (Administrative process for adjudicating ordinance violations);
(c) The race and sex of the person cited, based on the observations of the person issuing the citation; and
(d) The age of the person cited, if provided to the person issuing the citation.
(2)(a) The mass transit district shall prepare annual reports on the data described in subsection (1) of this section. The reports shall disclose the data only in an aggregate manner, such that the disclosed information cannot be used to identify, contact or locate any single individual.
(b) The mass transit district shall annually transmit the report to the committees or interim committees of the Legislative Assembly related to the judiciary. The first report must be made no later than one year after the administrative process to adjudicate ordinance violations is implemented. [2017 c.427 §3]
Note: See note under 267.153 (Administrative process for adjudicating ordinance violations).
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