(1) In collaboration with local seizing agencies, the district attorney, the local public safety coordinating council and the local mental health advisory committee, a local alcoholism planning committee appointed or designated pursuant to ORS 430.342 shall develop a plan to integrate drug treatment services into the criminal justice system for offenders who commit nonviolent felony drug possession offenses. The plan may also include property offenders as provided for under ORS 475.245. The plan developed under this subsection must be incorporated into the local coordinated comprehensive plan required by ORS 417.775.
(2)(a) A plan may include, but need not be limited to, programs that occur before adjudication, after adjudication as part of a sentence of probation or as part of a conditional discharge.
(b) A plan must include, but need not be limited to:
(A) A description of local criminal justice and treatment coordination efforts;
(B) A description of the method by which local, state and federal treatment resources are prioritized and allocated to meet the needs of the drug abusing offender population;
(C) The principles that guide criminal justice strategies for supervision and treatment of drug abusing offenders and the purchase of treatment services from local community providers;
(D) The desired outcomes for criminal justice strategies for supervision and treatment of drug abusing offenders and the provision of treatment services and identification of a method for monitoring and reporting the outcomes; and
(E) Consistent standards for measuring the success of criminal justice strategies for supervision and treatment of drug abusing offenders and the provision of treatment.
(3) A program must include, but need not be limited to:
(a) Ongoing oversight of the participant;
(b) Frequent monitoring to determine whether a participant is using controlled substances unlawfully; and
(c) A coordinated strategy governing responses to a participantís compliance or noncompliance with the program.
(4) The local alcoholism planning committee shall submit the plan to the Department of Human Services and shall provide the county board of commissioners with a copy of the plan. [2005 c.830 §43]
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