OAR 416-500-0050


Persons who transport offenders must:


Have a valid driver’s license and insurance;


Comply with the provisions of state law, including the use of seatbelts; and


Be authorized by OYA to provide the transportation.


Persons who operate passenger vans designed to carry 12 passengers must have successfully completed an OYA-approved training course.


Offender travel for recreational purposes outside of Oregon may be authorized at the discretion of the OYA Community Services Assistant Director on a case-by-case basis. All such requests must be submitted to the Community Services Assistant Director for review in a manner prescribed by OYA policy.


Prior authorization from the Community Services Assistant Director, or designee, is required when foster parents request that an offender participate in a family vacation activity.


Offenders in substitute care placements are not permitted to participate in hunting activities. No exceptions will be made to this standard.


Preventative safety measures in accordance with state law, local ordinances, and OYA rules and policies must be taken during certain recreational activities.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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