OAR 114-004-0060
Complaints Against Designees and Rights of Designees


Any complaints regarding inappropriate actions or inactions relating to the official conduct of designees shall be referred to the Ombudsman.


The ombudsman shall investigate any complaint concerning designees. If the Ombudsman finds reasonable cause to believe that a designee has acted inappropriately or contrary to law and rule, the Ombudsman shall take appropriate action. Appropriate action may include a reprimand, requiring additional training, temporary suspension, or termination of the designee.


A designee, who is not satisfied with any action taken against the designee by the Ombudsman as a result of a complaint against the designee, may request, in writing, an informal conference with the Ombudsman to discuss and refute the complaint, findings and action taken by the Ombudsman. An informal conference shall be held within 14 days of receipt of the written request made by the designee to the Ombudsman. After considering the information submitted at the informal conference the Ombudsman may affirm, modify or rescind the initial action taken against the designee.

Source: Rule 114-004-0060 — Complaints Against Designees and Rights of Designees, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=114-004-0060.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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