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Adult DUII Services
Drivers under the influence of intoxicants are the largest offender population monitored by Jackson County Community Justice. Every person allowed a first offense diversion and all convicted offenders are required by law to attend an alcohol/drug treatment program. It is the task of this department to evaluate individual needs and refer offenders to appropriate treatment. It is also the task of the department to monitor compliance and initiate enforcement through the Court when an offender does not follow through with his/her court ordered obligations.
Our office works closely with the Jackson County Circuit Court and District Attorney's Office to ensure efficiency and appropriate consideration on all cases. Our goal is to protect the community from those that drive under the influence of intoxicants and minimize the chances of repeat behavior through referral to treatment and counseling.
***There are approximately 2800 DUII cases being monitored on a regular basis.
Offenders reporting to Community Justice for DUII supervision are required to complete an alcohol and drug evaluation by an Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Specialist (ADES). This evaluation can be scheduled and completed at the Community Justice Office.
All offenders who have been allowed a Diversion for Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants in Jackson County, Oregon require an ignition interlock device (IID) be installed and used in any vehicle operated by the offender. The IID Service Provider is required to report notice of any installation or removal of the device, or any tampering with the device to Jackson County Community Justice. For a list of approved service providers and state approved IID's, visit http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV/docs/iid_approved_devices.pdf. Use the Out of Area Reporting Form for IID Service Providers outside Jackson County, if the offender resides outside the area. IID Service Providers within Jackson County report IID compliance directly to Jackson County Community Justice.
DUII Services Intake Paperwork:
***Downloading and returning completed paperwork does not substitute reporting to the DUII Services office.
Out of Area IID Reporting Form:
Use the Out of Area Reporting Form for IID Service Providers outside Jackson County. IID Service Providers within Jackson County report IID compliance directly to Jackson County Community Justice.
DUII Services Program Fees:
The Alcohol and Drug Evaluation is $150.00 that is required to be paid prior to completion of the assessment. If the evaluation fee cannot be paid in full, a payment plan can be arranged for an additional $30.00 fee.
In the event the offender is non-compliant with the terms of his/her DUII supervision and a motion is filed with the District Attorney’s office.
DUII Services Program Hours:
Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
DUII Services Program Contact:
Steve Schulze, Community Justice Officer
DUII Services - Frequently Asked Questions:
Where do I complete an alcohol/drug evaluation (ADES)?
Jackson County Community Justice
1101 West Main Street, Suite 101
Medford, OR 97501
Where can I attend alcohol/drug treatment?
Refer to the following links for certified treatment providers:
Oregon Department of Human Services - Addictions and Mental Health Division
Oregon Alcohol & Other Drug Services Directory:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator: http://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/
*DUII State Certified Treatment is required for all diversion and conviction offenders.
Where do I complete the Victim’s Impact Panel (VIP)?
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office - Diversion and Alternative Sentencing Programs
Victim’s Impact Panel (DUII): http://jacksoncountyor.org/sheriff/Services/TrafficSchool.aspx