The Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP), formally called "Enhanced Bench," monitors adults with a DUII.
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The Oregon State Department of Corrections Offender Profile System (OPS) Training Manual
The Reduced Supervision Team (RST) provides reduced direction and resources to adults who have been assessed as low risk to re-offend.
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Pay your supervision fees easily online. You can also pay mail, or over the phone.
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The Assessment & Referral Center (ARC) is the initial point of contact for adults who will be supervised in Multnomah County Adult Community Justice.
While the specific conditions of supervision may vary, there is a group of standard conditions which apply to almost every justice involved individual.
The Domestic Violence Unit supervises adults on probation, post-prison supervision, parole and interstate compact cases.
START/MCJRP - Continued Care Supervision is a formal Probation/Parole/Post-Prison Supervision that tracks one's formal supervision to completion after one has completed the START or MCJRP Program.
When you are on the Enhanced Monitored Misdemeanor Program bench probation, your name is entered into the Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS)....
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Supervised Misdemeanor DUI Program monitors adults sentenced with misdemeanor DUIs who are under the authority of the courts and the individual's assigned judge.
The Mental Health Unit (MHU) provides supervision services for parole, probation and post-prison who have been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness.
The Pretrial Services Program (PSP) supervises defendants who are released from jail pending a court appearance and who require supervision in the community prior to resolution of their criminal case.