OAR 255-036-0015
Department of Corrections Written Reports

The written report of the executive officer of the Department of Corrections, which the Board shall review at the parole consideration hearing, shall contain:


A detailed account of the inmate’s conduct while confined;


All infractions of rules and discipline, the circumstances, and the punishment imposed;


Extent to which the inmate has responded to efforts made in the institution to improve his/her mental and moral condition;


A statement as to the person’s present attitude towards society, the sentencing judge, the district attorney, and the arresting police officer;


A statement as to the inmate’s present attitude towards his/her previous criminal career;


The work record, showing average number of hours worked per day and the nature of the occupations;


The program history, including a summary of any psychological or substance abuse treatment and other activities that will assist the Board in:


Understanding the psychological adjustment and social skills and habits of the inmate; and


Determining the likelihood for successful community reentry.

Source: Rule 255-036-0015 — Department of Corrections Written Reports, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=255-036-0015.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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