Oregon Statutes - Chapter 723 - Credit Unions - Section 723.338 - Duty to notify law enforcement officers of violations of Oregon Credit Union Act; investigations; costs.

(1) If a director, officer or committee member of a credit union has reason to believe that a person has violated any provision of the Oregon Credit Union Act for which criminal prosecution is provided, such official shall give the information relative to the violation to the appropriate federal, state or local law enforcement officer having jurisdiction of the violation, and to the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services.

(2) If the matter is referred to the Attorney General or to a district attorney, such official promptly shall investigate the violation and institute such action against the person as the information and investigation requires or justifies. The cost of the investigation and action shall be paid by the county or state in the manner in which other criminal actions are paid. [1979 c.88 §33]

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