Or. Admin. R. 137-079-0200 - Disclosure of Information Prohibited - Exceptions

(1) When the Department receives a court order signed by a judge pursuant to a finding of good cause: good cause exists when disclosure is sought for a lawful purpose that outweighs the risk of the disclosure and, in the case of a request for disclosure received from a federal, state or local law enforcement agency, district attorney or other public body, when information is provided to the court that describes the official purpose for which the actual address or telephone number of the program participant will be used, they may disclose a Program participant's actual address or telephone number. The disclosure shall include in writing the statutory mandate specified in ORS192.848(2) against re-disclosure of the address or telephone number, except pursuant to a court order. The disclosure may also include any other terms or requirements that will best protect the safety of the Program participant.
(2) The Department shall keep a record of requests for disclosure of a Program participant's actual address or telephone number and of the response to each request.
(3) The Program will accept and retain information from Program participants and from others regarding public bodies that disclose a Program participant's actual address or telephone number in violation of ORS 192.844, ORS 192.848 and these rules.


Or. Admin. R. 137-079-0200
DOJ 4-2007, f. 4-12-07, cert. ef. 4-16-07; DOJ 5-2008, f. 3-28-08, cert. ef. 4-1-08; DOJ 8-2022, amend filed 06/13/2022, effective 6/13/2022

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 192.860

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 192.860 - 192.868

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