OAR 416-300-0020


When it is determined by OYA that a youth offender is ready for conditional release from a youth correction facility and after notifying the committing court of the intended release, the superintendent may parole the youth offender.


Parole is formalized by a written Juvenile Parole/Probation Agreement that includes the following understandings and conditions:


Parole is a conditional release and does not restore full freedom;


The person(s) with whom the youth offender is placed will have custody of the youth offender subject to supervision by the OYA;


Conditions of parole are subject to modification by OYA at any time, including an increase or decrease in supervision level or other changes OYA deems necessary; and


Parole may be revoked or an intermediate sanction imposed if the youth offender violates any written condition, or if OYA finds that continuation of parole is not in the best interests of the youth offender or the community.


Youth offenders on parole must:


Abide by the conditions of the Juvenile Parole/Probation Agreement;


Remain within the control and care of the person(s) who has custody of the youth offender;


Inform the juvenile parole/probation officer (JPPO) of the youth offender’s whereabouts, including obtaining prior approval before changing residences, being absent overnight from an approved residence, or leaving the state for any reason;


Obey all federal and state laws, and all county and city ordinances; and


Abide by the direction of the JPPO and the provisions of any written agreements, including special conditions.


Notwithstanding section (3)(d), an allegation that a youth offender’s presence in the United States is in violation of federal immigration laws will not be deemed by OYA to violate that condition of parole.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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