The mission of the Oregon Association of Community Corrections Directors (OACCD) is to provide leadership, advocacy, and support services to Community Corrections agencies so they can positively impact clients, victims, and the safety and livability of our communities.
About Us

Community Corrections is responsible for the supervision of convicted adult justice involved individuals (JIIs) whom the courts and parole board have placed in the community under a limited, structured state of freedom. The overall goal is to protect the community by helping JIIs become law-abiding, contributing citizens.

Community Corrections in Oregon is a function of state government operated in partnership with local, county-operated community corrections agencies. Of Oregon’s 36 counties, the Department of Corrections (DOC) operates Community Corrections in Linn and Douglas counties. Community Corrections activities include supervision, community-based sanctions, and services directed at JIIs who have committed felony and certain misdemeanor crimes and have been placed under community supervision by the courts.

Community Corrections can be used as an alternative or enhancement to incarceration. Based on many different factors, some JIIs are given a community-based sentence, without having to serve time in a correctional facility; this is commonly known as probation. Other JIIs are sentenced to serve a predetermined number of months in a correctional facility before beginning a community-based sentence – known as either parole or post-prison supervision, depending on crime commission date. There are approximately 30,000 offenders under supervision in Oregon communities and 14,000 offenders serving time in one of Oregon’s 14 prisons.

Click the links on the left hand side to learn more about Community Corrections’ programs and services.

OACCD Membership consists of the Director of each County Parole and Probation office in the State of Oregon;

we meet bi-monthly.

Ryan Downing, Baker County
Justin Carley, Benton County
Malcom McDonald, Clackamas County
Kristen Hanthorn, Clatsop County
Larry Evenson, Columbia County
Michael Crim, Coos County
Aaron Boyce, Crook County
Dave Denney, Curry County
Tanner Wark (Deputy Director), Deschutes County
Joseph Garcia, Douglas County
Tina Potter, Gilliam County
Josh Wolf, Grant County
Lodi Presley, Harney County
Jamie Hepner, Hood River County
Parker-Rose - Jackson
Kiki Parker-Rose, Jackson County
Robert Rodriguez II, Jefferson County
Scott Hyde, Josephine County
Aaron Hartman, Klamath County
Jayson Greer, Lake County
Donovan Dumire, Lane County
Tony Campa, Lincoln County
Maureen Robb, Linn County
Jim St. Michell, Malheur County
Mike Hartford, Marion County
Gina Wilson, Morrow County
Erika Preuitt, Multnomah County
Jodi Merritt, Polk County
Fritz Bachman, Sherman County
Tillamook County
Dale Primmer, Umatilla County
Travis Miller, Union County
Kyle Hacker, Wallowa County
Fritz Bachman, Wasco County
Nate Gaoiran, Washington County
Tina Potter, Wheeler County
Jessica Beach, Yamhill County

Programs commonly operated within Community Corrections are probation and parole supervision, day reporting, correctional treatment, and work release. What is significant about this? In Oregon, there are currently about 30,000 adult JIIs on probation or post-prison supervision at an average cost of $14 per person per day, as compared with 14,000 incarcerated in prison at approximately $110 per day.

We invite you to use this website as a way to learn more about Community Corrections in Oregon.