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Welcome to the Oregon District Attorneys Association
The Oregon District Attorneys Association, Inc. (ODAA) is a voluntary association of the 36 district attorneys, deputy district attorneys, Oregon assistant attorneys general, district attorney office managers and the U.S. Attorneys serving in Oregon. It is a non-profit Oregon corporation, and is tax exempt under section 501c(6) of the Internal Revenue Code.
ODAA was founded in 1952. Its mission statement provides that:
"The Mission of the Oregon District Attorney is to uphold the laws and Constitution of the State of Oregon and the United States Constitution, to preserve the safety of the public, to protect the rights of crime victims, and to pursue justice for all with skill, honor and integrity."
It is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of: 4 officers, 3 directors, and the immediate past president.
Oregon Criminal Justice System in 2016: A Continuing Success Story - Oregon’s criminal justice system is a model for the rest of the country. The state enjoys low crime rates, low incarceration rates, constitutional rights for crime victims, and proportional punishment for violent and chronic repeat property offenders.
Events - Annual Institute Courses, Prosecuting Child Sex Abuse Cases Training, ODAA Winter Conference
2017 Board of Directors - ODAA President: Rick Wesenberg
Juvenile Measure 11 Report - Click here to view the latest Juvenile Measure 11 report and overview.
Oregon District Attorney Resource Network - The Oregon Department of Justice – Criminal Justice Division, introduces the Oregon District Attorney Resource Network (ODARN). This new site will contain all legal updates and training information. The ODARN registration page asks for the same information as when users registered for OSIN. With questions regarding the registration or other information about the new site, please contact ODAA Coordinator, Michelle Long at Michelle.N.Long@doj.state.or.us.