Authorized diversion programs
(1) Following a review of a police report and other relevant information, a county juvenile department may refer a youth to an authorized diversion program if the youth is eligible to enter into a formal accountability agreement under ORS 419C.230 (Formal accountability agreements).
(2) An authorized diversion program may include a youth court, mediation program, crime prevention or chemical substance abuse education program or other program established for the purpose of providing consequences and reformation and preventing future delinquent acts.
(3) An authorized diversion program for a youth who is alleged to have committed an act that is a violation of ORS 813.010 (Driving under the influence of intoxicants) must include an agreement that the youth will not use intoxicants while the youth is participating in the diversion program. [2001 c.485 §5; 2009 c.586 §1]
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