2015 ORS § 419C.236¹
Agreement may require counseling, community service, education, treatment or training
  • restitution

(1) A formal accountability agreement may require participation in or referral to counseling, a period of community service, drug or alcohol education or treatment, vocational training or any other legal activity which in the opinion of the counselor would be beneficial to the youth.

(2) A formal accountability agreement may require that the youth make restitution to any person who was physically injured or who suffered loss of or damage to property as a result of the conduct alleged. Before setting the amount of restitution, the juvenile department shall consult with the victim concerning the amount of damage. Restitution does not limit or impair the right of a victim to sue in a civil action for damages suffered, nor shall the fact of consultation by the victim be admissible in such civil action to prove consent or agreement by the victim. However, the court shall credit any restitution paid by the youth to a victim against any judgment in favor of the victim in such civil action. [1993 c.33 §191; 1995 c.422 §124]