Or. Admin. R. 309-033-0320 - Revocation of Conditional Release, Outpatient Commitment or Trial Visit
(1) Conditional release. A caregiver appointed by the court to care for a committed person on conditional release is responsible for reporting to the court any violation of the conditions of placement. If a person on conditional release, whose conditions of placement include any service agreed to be provided by a CMHP, violates the conditions of conditional release, the director shall include in the clinical record a revocation report which documents the following:
(a) The person's noncompliance with those conditions of placement that include services provided by the CMHP;
(b) Efforts by the CMHP to inform the caregiver of the noncompliance and the caregiver's response to these efforts;
(c) Requests by the caregiver for the CMHP to assist in obtaining compliance from the committed person, or in notifying the court of the person's failure to comply with the conditions of placement, and the CMHP response to the requests for assistance;
(d) Documentation of the disposition made by the court, if the caregiver submits notification to the court; and
(e) The date the person was transported to an inpatient facility, and the name of the facility, if appropriate.
(2) Outpatient commitment and trial visit. The director is responsible for reporting to the court any violation of the conditions of placement for persons on outpatient commitment (including community inpatient or outpatient treatment) or trial visit. For persons on outpatient commitment or trial visit, the director shall include in the clinical record a revocation report which includes the following:
(a) Documentation of the person's noncompliance with the conditions of placement;
(b) Documentation of efforts from all parties attempting to obtain compliance from the committed person and the response of the person to these efforts;
(c) A copy of the notification to the court of the person's failure to comply with the conditions of placement;
(d) Documentation of the disposition made by the court;
(e) Documentation of the distribution of any modified conditions of placement or disposition placing the person in inpatient treatment to all parties originally receiving copies of the conditions of placement; and
(f) Date the person was transported to an inpatient facility, and the name of the facility, if appropriate.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 413.042 & 426.275
Stats. Implemented: ORS 426.005 - 426.395
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