Definitions for OAR 291-209-0020 to 291-209-0070
(1)Administrative Sanctions: Local structured, intermediate sanctions, as those terms are used in ORS 137.592 (Policy regarding probation violations), 137.593 (Duty of corrections agencies to impose structured, intermediate sanction for probation violations), 137.595 (Establishing system of sanctions).144.106 (Violation of post-prison supervision conditions), and 144.346 (Parole revocation sanctions) and in Criminal Justice Commission and Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision administrative rules, imposed by the Department of Corrections or a county community corrections agency for violation of conditions of supervision. Administrative sanctions are less than a revocation action and include, but are not limited to local confinement in jails, restitution centers, work release centers, treatment facilities, or similar facilities or community services work, work crew and house arrest.
(2)Compensatory Fines: A court-imposed penalty for the commission of a crime resulting in injury for which the person injured by the act constituting a crime has a remedy by civil action (unless the issue of punitive damages has been previously decided on a civil case arising out of the same act and transaction).
(3)Compliance with the Conditions of Supervision and the Supervision Case Plan: For purposes of these rules, the supervisory authority shall deem an eligible offender to be in compliance with the conditions of supervision and any applicable supervision case plan if the offender:
(a)Has fully paid any restitution or compensatory fines ordered by the court;
(b)Has not been administratively sanctioned, excluding interventions, or found in violation by the court in the immediate six months prior to consideration for discharge on the eligible case(s) under review; and
(c)Is actively participating in his/her supervision case plan.
(4)Earned Discharge: A discharge from probation or local control post-prison supervision prior to the scheduled supervision expiration date.
(5)Interventions: Interventions imposed by the Department of Corrections or a county community corrections agency for violations of one or more conditions of supervision. Interventions include, but are not limited to, verbal reprimand, written reprimand, job search programming, increased reporting requirements, curfew, day reporting, modification of conditions, and outpatient treatment. Intervention responses are not counted as custody units and may be imposed along with sanctions.
(6)Offender: Any person under the supervision of local community corrections who is on probation, parole, or post-prison supervision status
(7)Restitution: Full, partial or nominal payment of economic damages to a victim.
(8)Supervising Officer: The parole and probation officer assigned to supervise the offender.
(9)Supervision: Supervision requiring the supervising officer’s regular contact with and monitoring of the offender to assure continued compliance with the general and special conditions of supervision.
(10)Supervisory Authority: The state or local corrections agency or official designated in each county by that county’s Board of County Commissioners or county court to operate correction supervision services, custodial facilities, or both per ORS 144.087 (“Supervisory authority” defined)(1).
Rule 291-209-0020 — Definitions for OAR 291-209-0020 to 291-209-0070,