(1)Conditional Release: A period of community supervision authorized under ORS 420A.206 (Conditional release) if approved by the Court following a Second Look hearing per ORS 420A.203 (Eligibility for second look). The period of supervision is the entire remainder of the sentence of imprisonment imposed, less any reduction in sentence under ORS 421.121 (Reduction in term of incarceration) or any other statute, unless the conditional release is revoked or suspended. An inmate who is released on Second Look conditional release remains in DOC legal custody (as opposed to physical custody) until the expiration of the inmate’s incarceration term.
(2)DOC: Department of Corrections
(3)Inmate: Any person under the supervision of the Department of Corrections who is not on parole, post-prison supervision, or probation status.
(4)OYA: Oregon Youth Authority
(5)Reentry Support and Services: Include but are not limited to aid for housing and employment, vocational assistance, transportation services, treatment and access to physical or mental health care services, medications, mentoring and specialized supervision strategies.
(6)Second Look: For crimes committed on or after June 30, 1995, inmates under 18 years of age at the time of committing an offense and sentenced to the Department of Corrections for a term of imprisonment of at least 24 months may be eligible for conditional release following completion of half of the imposed Department of Corrections sentence and approval by the sentencing court.
(7)Youth Correction Facility: Any facility used for the confinement of persons committed to the physical custody of the Oregon Youth Authority.
(8)Youth Offender: A person who has been found to be within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court under ORS 416C.005 for an act committed when the person was under 18 years of age.
Rule 291-052-0110 — Definitions,