OAR 255-094-0010
Exceptions to Inactive Supervision and Return to Active Supervision


No sooner than thirty days prior to the expiration of the offender’s active period of supervised parole or post-prison supervision or during a period of inactive supervision, the supervising officer or designee may send to the Releasing Authority a report on offenders who have not substantially fulfilled the supervision conditions, or who have failed to complete payment of restitution. The supervising officer or designee may request continuation on active supervision, or return to active supervision if it is in the community’s or the offender’s best interest. This report shall include:


An evaluation of the offender’s compliance with supervision conditions;


The status of the offender’s court ordered monetary obligations, including fines and restitution, if any;


The offender’s employment status;


The offender’s address;


Treatment program outcome;


Any new criminal activity;


Other relevant information;


A recommendation that the Releasing Authority extend the active supervision period or return the offender to active supervision.


After reviewing the report, if the Releasing Authority or its designated representative finds the offender has not substantially fulfilled the supervision conditions, or it is in the offender’s or the community’s best interest, the Releasing Authority may order that the offender remain on active supervision or return to active supervision for the remainder of the supervision period set by the sentencing court or set by law. The Releasing Authority shall send the offender notice of the continuation or return to active supervision.


Once extended or returned to active supervision, the supervising officer may place the offender on inactive supervision when the offender has substantially fulfilled the conditions of supervision and completed restitution payments, or active supervision is no longer in the best interest of the offender and the community.


When an offender being supervised in Oregon is placed on inactive supervision, the general and special conditions of supervision remain in effect with the following exceptions:


General condition #1: Pay supervision fees (fines, restitution or other fees previously ordered by the Releasing Authority remain in effect).


Special Conditions specifically deleted by the Releasing Authority.


An offender being supervised via Interstate Compact is not eligible to be placed on unsupervised status.

Source: Rule 255-094-0010 — Exceptions to Inactive Supervision and Return to Active Supervision, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=255-094-0010.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 255-094-0010’s source at or​.us