OAR 416-300-0010


Field supervisor: The manager of an OYA parole/probation office.


Formal parole revocation hearing: A hearing to determine whether parole should be revoked that is conducted after a preliminary parole revocation hearing has resulted in a recommendation for revocation or another sanction.


Juvenile Parole/Probation Agreement: A written agreement between a paroling youth offender and the Oregon Youth Authority that establishes the youth offender’s conditions of parole.


Juvenile Parole/Probation Officer (JPPO): The OYA case manager who works with a youth offender, and the youth offender’s family, and the community while the youth offender is in OYA custody.


OYA: Oregon Youth Authority.


Parole: The conditional release of a youth offender from a youth correction facility subject to the director’s authority to revoke parole pursuant to ORS 420.045 (Parole)(3).


Parole revocation: The act of rescinding a youth offender’s parole.


Preliminary parole revocation hearing: A hearing to determine if probable cause exists to believe a youth offender has violated one or more conditions of parole, and it is in the best interests of the youth offender and the community to revoke parole or impose an intermediate sanction.


Superintendent: The manager of a youth correction facility.


Youth correction facility: A facility used for the confinement of youth offenders and other persons placed in the legal or physical custody of OYA and includes secure regional youth facilities, regional accountability camps, residential academies and satellites, camps and branches of those facilities.


Youth offender: A person who has been found to be within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court under ORS 419C.005 (Jurisdiction) for an act committed when the person was under 18 years of age.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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