OAR 416-180-0050
Information Security

(1) JJIS must comply with all federal, state, and local laws regarding public information and confidentiality, and information technology standards set by the Oregon Legislature, the Department of Administrative Services, and the Criminal Justice Information Standards. The Steering Committee must establish methods for data interchange and information access between partnering agencies that comply with such laws and standards.
(2) OYA or a county juvenile department may disclose information in JJIS relating to a youth or youth offender’s history and prognosis only to a government agency, a public or private post-secondary institution of education, or a person with whom OYA or a county juvenile department has entered into an agreement for the disclosure of the information, and only for the following purposes:
(a) Research;
(b) Evaluation;
(c) Coordination of public safety services;
(d) Program planning; and
(e) Compliance with grant requirements and audits.
(3) OYA must also follow OAR chapter 416, division 170 when disclosing information under OAR 416-180-0050 (Information Security)(2)(a).
(4) JJIS internal and external partners must conform to system security measures, as defined by JJIS policies and procedures and implemented at the local level through related procedures, to protect the integrity of the system.
(5) The Steering Committee retains the right to terminate JJIS access at any time for violation of a user’s access agreement.
(6) No person may use the JJIS system or JJIS data for personal interest, advantage, gain, or for any private purpose.

Source: Rule 416-180-0050 — Information Security, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=416-180-0050.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 416-180-0050’s source at or​.us