OAR 291-031-0250
Application Approval Process

(1) An advisory board shall review the applications and make recommendations to the Director or designee.
(2) The criteria upon which the advisory board shall base their review will include:
(a) Ability of the proposed approach to reduce crime and drug addiction;
(b) Extent to which the approach is guided by evidence-based practices or research;
(c) Whether the approach is comprehensive, involving a mix of supervision, services, and sanctions; and
(d) Whether the approach is collaborative, engaging local criminal justice system agencies and local service providers working together.
(3) The advisory board shall not recommend approval of a plan that does not address the intended populations, has a low probability of being effective in reducing crime and drug addiction, or is not guided by evidence-based practice. If the plan is not recommended for approval, the advisory board will provide recommendations to the jurisdiction submitting the application as to how to improve the plan.
(4) A county may submit a modified plan if the original application is not recommended by the advisory board or approved by the Director.

Source: Rule 291-031-0250 — Application Approval Process, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=291-031-0250.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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