Oregon Preliminary Provisions; Limitations; Jurisdiction; Venue; Criminal Forfeiture; Crime Prevention
ORS 131.920
Policies and procedures prohibiting profiling


(1)

All law enforcement agencies shall have written policies and procedures prohibiting profiling. The policies and procedures shall, at a minimum, include:

(a)

A prohibition on profiling;

(b)

Procedures allowing a complaint alleging profiling to be made to the agency:

(A)

In person;

(B)

In a writing signed by the complainant and delivered by hand, postal mail, facsimile or electronic mail; or

(C)

By telephone, anonymously or through a third party;

(c)

The provision of appropriate forms to use for submitting complaints alleging profiling;

(d)

Procedures for submitting a copy of each profiling complaint to the Law Enforcement Contacts Policy and Data Review Committee and for receiving profiling complaints forwarded from the committee; and

(e)

Procedures for investigating all complaints alleging profiling.

(2)

A law enforcement agency shall:

(a)

Investigate all complaints alleging profiling that are received by the agency or forwarded from the committee.

(b)

Accept for investigation a complaint alleging profiling that is made to the agency within 180 days of the alleged profiling incident.

(c)

Respond to every complaint alleging profiling within a reasonable time after the conclusion of the investigation. The response must contain a statement of the final disposition of the complaint. [2015 c.681 §2; 2015 c.681 §6; 2017 c.706 §7]
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