OAR 416-300-0030
Recommendation for Parole Revocation


A youth offender’s JPPO may initiate parole revocation by preparing a written report that recommends that the youth offender’s parole be revoked.


The JPPO must submit the written report and recommendation to the JPPO’s field supervisor.


The JPPO’s written report must include all parole violation allegations, verifiable facts, and, to the best of the JPPO’s knowledge, an accurate account of the youth offender’s behavior while on parole.


The field supervisor will review the written report with the JPPO and include any alternative actions that may be taken instead of a parole revocation.


If the field supervisor agrees with the JPPO’s recommendations, the youth offender may be taken into custody and detained according to OAR 416-300-0040 (Arrest and Detention of Parolee) and OAR 416-320-0020 (Placement of APBs and Arrest Orders).


If the youth offender is detained for parole revocation, a preliminary parole revocation hearing must be conducted pursuant to OAR 416-300-0050 (Preliminary Parole Revocation Hearing).

Source: Rule 416-300-0030 — Recommendation for Parole Revocation, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=416-300-0030.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 416-300-0030’s source at or​.us