OAR 291-207-0025
Correctional Case Management


Correctional Case Management is a shared responsibility of all DOC employees, contractors and volunteers in the day-to-day interaction of managing inmates and through a multi-disciplinary approach in support of the key components of the Oregon Accountability Model.


Case planning begins and is continuously assessed as the inmate transfers between institutions based upon the inmate’s correctional needs. The inmate’s primary institution counselor is responsible to develop, document and monitor the inmate’s needs and corresponding resources to address those needs, along with timelines including forecasting custody classification changes and subsequent facility transfers for provisions of interventions and housing management as outlined in the policy on Correctional Case Management (90.1.3).


Supervision levels will be determined by the relative frequency and intensity of interventions, contact, and available services needed to ensure productive incarceration and successful reentry.


Resources will be targeted to inmates most likely to recidivate based on assessed criminal risk factors and need.

Source: Rule 291-207-0025 — Correctional Case Management, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=291-207-0025.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 291-207-0025’s source at or​.us