Requiring Reporting of Precursor Transactions
(1)When contacted by a person that desires to purchase precursor substances, the transferer (seller/supplier) is required to complete Oregon State Police Form 310-1. The completion of this form requires the purchaser/receiver to contact the transferer in person and provide valid, state-issued photo identification. The identification may be in the form of a driver’s license or state identification card. Upon completion of OSP Form 310-1, the original must be forwarded to the Oregon State Police Precursor Substance Unit. After receipt of the form, the Precursor Substance Unit will issue that transaction an authorization number and notify the transferer of that number by telephone. The transferer will note on the remaining copies the number, date, and time of receiving the authorization. The 72-hour statutory waiting period prior to delivery of the precursor substance(s) will commence at the time of receipt by the Oregon State Police Precursor Substance Unit of the transferer’s notification.
(2)After the appropriate waiting period has elapsed and the receiver contacts the transferer to take possession of the precursor substance(s), the receiver will be provided a copy of OSP Form 310-1 by the Oregon State Police.
(3)The Precursor Substance Monthly Transaction Report, OSP Form 310-2, will be used only upon approval by the Oregon State Police Precursor Substance Unit. Use of this form shall apply only when a patter or regular supply, for lawful purposes, of the precursor substances has been established. The request for its use must be made in writing by the purchaser and shall include the business name, address, intended use of the precursor substances, and location(s) where the precursor substances are to be used.
(4)Any person/business in possession of precursor substances who discovers the loss, theft, or discrepancy of any amount of precursor substances must complete and submit OSP Form 310-3 to the Oregon State Police Precursor Substance Unit within three days. These forms shall be provided by the Oregon State Police upon request.
(5)OSP Forms 310-1, 310-2, and 310-3 are hereby adopted and incorporated into this rule.
Rule 257-001-0015 — Requiring Reporting of Precursor Transactions,