Notice to school district of person convicted of crime
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(1)(a) When a person under 18 years of age is convicted of a crime under ORS 137.707 (Adult prosecution of 15-, 16- or 17-year-old offenders) or following waiver under ORS 419C.349 (Grounds for waiving youth to adult court), 419C.352 (Grounds for waiving youth under 15 years of age), 419C.364 (Waiver of future cases) or 419C.370 (Waiver of motor vehicle, boating, game, violation and property cases) (1)(b), the agency supervising the person or, in the case of a juvenile department that has agreed to be responsible for providing the notice required under this section, the juvenile department shall give notice of the conviction within five days following sentencing to the school administrator of the school attended by the person or to the school administrator of the school district in which the person resides. For purposes of this section, “school administrator” has the meaning given that term in ORS 419A.305 (Notice to school administrators concerning students subject to juvenile court petitions).
(b) The agency supervising the person or the juvenile department shall include in the notice:
(A) The name and date of birth of the person;
(B) The names and addresses of the person’s parents or guardians;
(C) The crime of conviction;
(D) The sentence imposed;
(E) The name and contact information of the attorney for the person, if known;
(F) The name and contact information of the individual to contact for further information about the notice;
(G) Any conditions of release or terms of probation including, but not limited to, whether school attendance is a condition of the release; and
(H) Any other conditions required by the court.
(2) An agency supervising a person or anyone employed by or acting on behalf of an agency supervising a person who sends records under this section is not civilly or criminally liable for failing to disclose the information under this section. [1999 c.620 §2; 2008 c.50 §5; 2009 c.447 §4]
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