OAR 291-078-0010


Agency: The Department of Corrections or county community corrections agencies.


Case Management: A proactive and collaborative process which assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates options and services to meet an offender’s risks, needs, and responsivity factors. Case management is the process that links all the elements involved in an offender’s management. The process of case management unifies procedures and personnel to balance resources and an offender’s needs through their term of community supervision.


Case Plan: A dynamic document created collaboratively with an offender that specifically identifies the offender’s evidence-based assessed risk and needs, accompanied by risk reduction strategies and plans of action, with timelines.


Evidence-Based Practices: The body of research and clinical knowledge that describes correctional assessment, programming, and supervision strategies that lead to improved correctional outcomes, such as risk reduction and increased public safety. Such principles not only meet the public’s expectations for economical business strategies, efficiency, and effectiveness; but also reflect fairness and accountability.


Intensive Supervision: An enhanced level of supervision exceeding a county’s high risk level supervision standards. Intensive supervision may include, but not be limited to, electronic monitoring, house arrest, curfew, day reporting, supervised housing, multiple supervising officers, adjunct surveillance by law enforcement or other specialists, increased face-to-face offender contacts in the community, increased collateral contacts (such as with family, therapist and employer), community notification, geographic restrictions, offender mileage logs, medication monitoring (such as psychotropics, or antabuse), intensive outpatient or residential treatment programming, urinalysis, and polygraph.


Offender: Any person under the supervision of local community corrections who is on probation, parole, or post-prison supervision status.


Risk of Violence: The identified potential of an offender to engage in or threaten to engage in behavior that constitutes physical force and/or the inflicting of injury on another person.


Risk of Recidivism: The likelihood of an offender being convicted of a new felony within three years of release from prison or admission to probation.


Sexually Violent Dangerous Offender (SVDO): A special designation by the Court and/or Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision as defined in ORS 144.635 (Intensive supervision) subjecting the offender to intensive supervision for the full period of parole and/or post-prison supervision.


Supervision Intake Date: The date upon which the agency supervisor assigns a new case offender to a supervising/intake officer.


Supervision Period: The period of time an offender is under the supervision of an agency or agencies. The period of supervision may involve multiple cases and is interrupted only by Department of Correction incarceration, transfer of the offender’s supervision out of state, case closure due to absconding, or legal termination of the final chronological case.


Supervision Termination Date: The date established by the releasing/sentencing authority when the offender is no longer legally subject to community supervision.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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