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Oregon PI Rule Change

To all interested parties:

Attn: All Oregon Private Investigators. This Proposed Rule Change May Affect You. Please Read the Following Carefully!

DPSST has filed a notice of proposed rulemaking with the Secretary of State’s office. The Notice will be published in the December, 2015, Bulletin and will be open for public comment from December 1 to December 21, 2015.

 Rule Caption: To show DPSST’s processes for granting an interim investigator’s license and provide consistency with statute.

Rule Summary: ORS 703.430 outlines the requirements the Department must following when issuing an interim investigator’s license. As part of the review of the Private Security and Investigator Oregon Administrative Rules, OAR 259-061-0120 was evaluated regarding issuing an interim investigator’s license. After consideration, the rule language has been revised to clearly show the Department’s process for granting an interim investigator’s license and to provide consistency with statute.

The amended rule is OAR 259-061-0120.

Website: You will find links to the Oregon Bulletin, the Notice and Fiscal Impact Statements, and the text of the proposed rule change on DPSST’s website, along with information on how and when to make public comment on the proposed changes.  Please use the following link to review the Notice or proposed rule language between December 1 and December 21, 2015.

http://www.oregon.gov/dpsst/SC/Pages/AdministrativeRules.aspx

How To Comment: You may comment on the proposed rules via email or by sending written comments between December 1 and December 21, 2015, to:

Sharon Huck, Rules Coordinator

Professional Standards

Department of Public Safety Standards and Training

4190 Aumsville Hwy SE

Salem, OR 97317

Email: Sharon.Huck@state.or.us

If you would like to make public comment, please ensure that the comments are mailed or e-mailed as instructed during the time frame listed above.  Any comments made outside the open comment period cannot be considered. 

If you no longer wish to receive notice of the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training rulemaking activities, you may write or email and ask to be removed from the rulemaking mailing list.

Sincerely,

Sharon Huck

Rules Coordinator

Professional Standards

Department of Public Safety Standards and Training

4190 Aumsville Hwy SE

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