|Photos by Gary Halvorson, Oregon State Archives|
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(4) 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.
New ODAA Executive Director - Welcome aboard to ODAA’s Executive Director, Doug Harcleroad. If he looks familiar to you, you might have known him as the long-time Lane County District Attorney. . . more
Alternative Report and Recommendations - The Oregon Association Chiefs of Police and the Oregon State Sheriff's Association forward to the Legislature the Alternative Report and Recommendations to the Governor’s 2012 Commission on Public Safety written by Commission member and District Attorney, John Foote, on behalf of the Oregon District Attorneys Association. . . more
Prison Population Forecast - Governor Kitzhaber’s seven-member Public Safety Commission meets in Salem for the first of four statewide meetings on comprehensive sentencing reform. . . more