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Oregon Supreme Court 11-20-09

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by: Abassos • November 19, 2009 • no comments

Read the full article for details about the following new cases:

  • APSO - Corrections Officer

A corrections officer, for purposes of the APSO statute, is a person who is "charged with supervising or controlling individuals confined in a place of incarceration or detention." It does not include parole and probation officers. But it does, as in this case, include a guard at NORCOR, despite the fact that NORCOR is a corporate rather than a governmental entity. State v. Tate