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PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD 

 

DIVISION 580

JUVENILE PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD
ORDER OF REVOCATION

859-580-0005

Revocation of Conditional Release/Affidavit

(1) Revocation of conditional release may be affected by preparation of an affidavit and order of revocation in accordance with procedures set forth in this Division.

(2) As an alternative to revocation of conditional release, a youth may return voluntarily to a secure facility.

(3) Upon the recommendation of the staff of the Board and receipt of an affidavit based on noncompliance with an order of the Board or a change in the youth's conditions of release or mental status, the Board Chair or acting Chairperson may order the youth returned to a state secure facility for evaluation and treatment through an order of revocation.

(4) Emergency Revocation. When a Board member is not available and time is of the essence, the Executive Director of the Board may issue and execute an order of revocation subject to review by a Board member within 72 hours of the execution of the order.

(5) Revocations after office hours shall be achieved pursuant to ORS 161.336(6)

Stat. Auth.: ORS 161.387, OL 2007, Ch. 889 § 6 (SB 328)
Stats. Implemented: ORS 161.336, 419C.538
Hist.: PSRB 2-2010, f. & cert. ef. 9-28-10

859-580-0010

Reasonable Grounds for Revocation

Reasonable grounds for revocation of a conditional release include:

(1) The youth has violated term(s) of the conditional release plan such that the youth would pose a substantial risk of danger to others; or

(2) The youth's mental status has changed such that the youth would pose a substantial risk of danger to others; or

(3) The youth has absconded from jurisdiction such that the youth would pose a substantial risk of danger to others; or

(4) The community resources required by the conditional release order are no longer available so that the youth would pose a substantial risk of danger to others.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 161.387, OL 2007, Ch. 889 § 6 (SB 328)
Stats. Implemented: ORS 161.336; ORS 161.346; ORS 419C.532; ORS 419C.538
Hist.: PSRB 2-2010, f. & cert. ef. 9-28-10

859-580-0015

Post-Revocation Procedure

Once revocation is effectuated, the Board shall request additional information from the youth’s case manager regarding the circumstances and reason for the conditional release failure and a recommendation regarding future treatment and release.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 161.387, OL 2007, Ch. 889 § 6 (SB 328)
Stats. Implemented: ORS 161.336, 419C.532
Hist.: PSRB 2-2010, f. & cert. ef. 9-28-10

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