OAR 291-014-0120


A parole/probation officer is authorized to make an arrest if the officer participates in a minimum of eight hours annual training in arrest procedures, use of restraints, and defensive tactics.


The local state director shall create annual training requirements, which may exceed the minimum training requirements.


A parole/probation officer shall maintain certification in less than lethal force options.


When a warrant has been issued for an offender by the releasing authority or the court, based on a violation of a release condition, the supervising officer shall cause the execution of any arrest warrant.


In all other arrest cases, at least one of the following criteria must be met:


Reasonable grounds that a violation(s) has occurred and is serious enough to warrant a recommendation of incarceration;


The offender’s behavior constitutes a threat or danger to the community or to himself/herself.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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