Umatilla County Community Corrections

State Probation and Parole

Last Updated: March 09, 2024
915 SE Columbia Dr, Hermiston, OR 97838

Umatilla Co Community Corrections is for State Probation and Parole offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE - Offenders are sentenced by the Courts under Sentencing Guidelines to non-custodial units. This program provides the Work Crew and Community Service placements with government or non-profit community service agencies for the benefit for the community. Custody units are credited towards the sentence imposed. In addition, community service may be imposed on offenders who violate their supervision as probationers, parolees, or post prison supervision. The program will also serve those offenders who participate in the "Community Corrections Center" as a means of providing work credit towards reduced sentences.

TRANSITIONAL HOUSING - The Transitional House is a 13 bed home for male offenders only. This house is intended to be for short term housing for offenders releasing from the Department of Corrections or Local Control custody. That said there will be some long term residents that Community Corrections allows to reside there because of public safety concerns, as well as offenders who reside there who become homeless and need temporary housing.

The Transition House is not custody and is not staffed by Community Corrections personnel, although all residents are supervised at a high level and are required to participate in appropriate programming based on their crime(s) of conviction and condition requirements.

Umatilla County Community Corrections provide an array of alcohol and drug and other programs to address problematic issues that resulted in court decisions to place individuals on community supervision. Umatilla County has incorporated known principles of effective correctional programming adhering to the risk, need, responsivity and treatment principles. Certified counseling staff provides both group and individual counseling that support behavioral change. Specific curricula include the Matrix Intensive Out-patient Program, Thinking for a Change, Texas Christian University’s Brief Intervention Modules, and Motivation-based Curriculum.


The Court may place the defendant on probation, which shall be subject to the following General Conditions unless specifically deleted by the Court (ORS 137.540). The Probationer shall:

  1. Pay supervision fees, fines, restitution or other fees ordered by the Court.
  2. Not use or possess controlled substances except pursuant to a medical prescription.
  3. Submit to testing of breath or urine for controlled substance or alcohol use if the probationer has a history of substance abuse or if there is a reasonable suspicion that the probationer has illegally used controlled substances
  4. Participate in a substance abuse evaluation as directed by the supervising officer and follow the recommendations of the evaluator if there are reasonable grounds to believe there is a history of substance abuse.
  5. Remain in the State of Oregon until written permission to leave is granted by the Department of Corrections or a county community corrections agency.
  6. If physically able, find and maintain gainful full-time employment, approved schooling, or a full-time combination of both. Any waiver of this requirement must be based on a finding by the Court stating the reasons for the waiver.
  7. Change neither employment nor residence without prior permission from the Department of Corrections or a county community corrections agency.
  8. Permit the supervising officer to visit the probationer or the probationer's work site or residence, and conduct a walk-through of the common areas and of the rooms in the residence occupied by or under the control of the probationer.
  9. Consent to the search of person, vehicle or premises upon the request of a representative of the supervising officer if the supervising officer has reasonable grounds to believe that evidence of a violation will be found, and submit to fingerprinting or photographing, or both, when requested by the Department of Corrections or a county community corrections agency for supervision purposes.
  10. Obey all laws, municipal, county, state and federal.
  11. Promptly and truthfully answer all reasonable inquiries by the Department of Corrections or a county community corrections agency.
  12. Not possess weapons, firearms or dangerous animals.
  13. Report as required and abide by the direction of the supervising officer.
  14. If under supervision for, or previously convicted of, a sex offense under ORS 163.305 to 163.467, and if recommended by the supervising officer, successfully complete a sex offender treatment program approved by the supervising officer and submit to polygraph examinations at the direction of the supervising officer.
  15. Participate in a mental health evaluation as directed by the supervising officer and follow the recommendations of the evaluator.
  16. If required to report as a sec offender under ORS 181.596, report with the Department of State Police, a chief of police, a county sheriff or the supervisory agency;
    1. When supervision begins;
    2. Within 10 days of a change of residence; and
    3. Once each year within 10 days of the probationer's date of birth.

All medium/high-risk offenders are referred for services. Participants can expect to be engaged in treatment services for a minimum of 90 days. Completion criteria are established on the participant’s ability to demonstrate competence in pro-social behavioral change

Field supervision consists of monitoring the behavior and movement of offenders in the community to ensure compliance with the conditions of the releasing authority. Duties include conducting unscheduled/unannounced contacts with offenders in their home environments, places of employment, the probation office, and other community locations, including searches when indicated. Other duties include: gathering information from collateral sources, participating and being available to law enforcement agencies, being a physical presence in the community to aid in the deterrence of criminal conduct, being a resource to the community, enhancing public safety through community notification, reporting to the releasing authorities, and recommending appropriate sanctions and terminations. Priority is given to those offenders who pose the highest risk to re-offend.

HOW DO I OBTAIN A TRAVEL PERMIT TO LEAVE THE STATE? You need the written permission of your Probation and Parole Officer to travel outside of Oregon. Failure to obtain permission, prior to leaving the state, is a violation of your supervision conditions and could result in a sanction. It is important to plan ahead and request a travel permit several days ahead of when you actually need it. You don’t want to find yourself needing a permit for an important trip, only to find out that your supervising officer is unavailable or that the office is closed for a holiday.

I’VE BEEN CONVICTED OF A SEX OFFENSE, WILL I BE ABLE TO HAVE CONTACT AND/OR LIVE WITH MY CHILDREN WHEN I’M RELEASED FROM CUSTODY? No. Once released or new to supervision you will undergo a sex offender treatment evaluation. This evaluation along with crime specific and full disclosure polygraphs will be used to determine the number and nature of your past victims. This information, along with treatment progress and engagement will be used to determine when and if your contact will be allowed, and in what circumstances

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Visitation Information

Visiting hours for Umatilla Co Community Corrections are subject to change, so it's crucial to confirm them by contacting the facility directly by phone. Please reach out to 541-567-6300, on visitation procedures, applications, or directions to the facility in Hermiston. Please note that visitors will undergo a thorough search before entering the premises, and personal belongings, including cell phones, are strictly prohibited. Individuals under probation, parole, or community corrections supervision must obtain approval from their supervising officer and the superintendent before visiting, although such visits are not typically approved.

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