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Oregon Youth Authority

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oregon Youth Authority
Oregon Youth Authority logo.png
Agency overview
Formed1995 (1995)
Headquarters530 Center St. N.E. Salem, Oregon 97301
Employees1,100 (April 2015)
Agency executives
  • Joseph O'Leary, Director
  • Nakeia Daniels, Deputy Director
Websitewww.oregon.gov/oya/pages/index.aspx

The Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) is a state agency of Oregon, headquartered in Suite 500 of the 530 Center St. NE building in Salem.[1] The agency operates juvenile corrections.

A juvenile crime prevention task force chaired by then-Attorney General of Oregon Ted Kulongoski recommended the creation of a separate juvenile corrections agency. The OYA was established as a distinct agency in 1995.[2]

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Facilities

Facilities include:[3]

Secure correctional facilities for boys:

Oak Creek Youth Correctional Facility in Albany is the state's only secure correctional facility for girls.[3]

Transition and work study programs include:

Hillcrest Youth Correctional Facility in Salem and North Coast Youth Correctional Facility in Warrenton closed in 2017. Youth at Hillcrest were transferred to MacLaren, and youth at North Coast were paroled out (if appropriate) or transferred to other OYA facilities.

The majority of youth served by OYA are in the community. OYA offers residential programs, its own foster care network and partnerships with Oregon's county juvenile departments, community providers and other stakeholders.

References

  1. ^ "Contact Us Archived 2010-09-01 at the Wayback Machine." Oregon Youth Authority. Retrieved on August 24, 2010.
  2. ^ "About us." Oregon Youth Authority. Retrieved August 24, 2010.
  3. ^ a b c "OYA Facilities Archived 2008-04-30 at the Wayback Machine." Oregon Youth Authority. Retrieved on August 24, 2010.
  4. ^ "OYA Facilities." Oregon Youth Authority. April 30, 2008. Retrieved on August 24, 2010.

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