OAR 411-005-0015
Release of Information to a Law Enforcement Officer

For any program covered by OAR chapter 411:


The Department may provide client information only to a law enforcement officer in any of the following situations:


The law enforcement officer is involved in carrying out public assistance laws, or any investigation, criminal or civil proceedings connected with administering the Department’s benefit programs.


The disclosure is required or authorized by statute or administrative rule.


The Department may give a client’s current address, Social Security number, and photo to a law enforcement officer if the law enforcement officer makes the request in the course of official duty, supplies the client’s name, and states that the client:


Is a fugitive felon or is violating parole or probation; or


Has information that is necessary for the officer to conduct official duties of the officer, and the location or apprehension of the client is within the officer’s official duties.


The Department will notify the Oregon State Police with the name, address, and other requested identifying information of an client individual who receives services, benefits, or assistance, if the Department is aware of a pending warrant for the arrest of a client.

Source: Rule 411-005-0015 — Release of Information to a Law Enforcement Officer, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=411-005-0015.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 411-005-0015’s source at or​.us