Oregon Legislation

Year of last legislative change: 2019
Year of last revision to administrative code: Awaiting data
Most challenging aspects associated with introducing and passing interlock legislation: Awaiting data
Changes for program improvement being pursued: Awaiting data
Who is eligible for an interlock in your state according to legislation (Data provided by CIIM):
All impaired drivers
Can impaired drivers 'wait out' their interlock requirement:
Is an interlock required on test refusal:

Program Authority

Type of program: Awaiting data
Agency/agencies with authority over the interlock program:
Oregon State Police
Agency/agencies with authority over participant monitoring:
Oregon State Police
Agency/agencies with authority over sanctioning interlock program participants:
Oregon State Police
Agency/agencies with authority to approve devices:
Oregon State Police
Training available for judges, law enforcement, and lawyers:
TRSP Online training videos for law enforcement created by OSP

Program Features

Hardship license available to first offenders: Yes
Hardship license available to repeat offenders: Yes
Hardship license (First offenders, Repeat offenders, All): All
Lookback period: Awaiting data
Source of funding: IID Management Fund
Indigent funding is available to participants: Yes
Qualification requirements for indigent funding: The Intoxicated Driver Program Fund covers costs associated with installation, monitoring, and removal of court-ordered IID for Oregonians enrolled in Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
Frequency of interlock device service: 67 days


Participation Rate: Awaiting data
Number of interlock program participants in 2019: Awaiting data
Indicator used to determine the number of participants in the interlock program (e.g., certificate of device installation, certificate of device removal): Awaiting data
Indicator(s) used in state as the best measure(s) of the eligible population of offenders for the interlock program to determine the program participation rate: Awaiting data
Penalties for non-compliance: Awaiting data

Program Length

Length of Hard Suspension

1st offenders: Awaiting data
2nd offenders: Awaiting data
3rd offenders: Awaiting data
4th and subsequent offenders: Awaiting data

Interlock Program Length

1st offenders: 12 months
2nd offenders: 24 months
3rd offenders: 24 months
4th and subsequent offenders: 24 months


Program length is extended for non-compliance: Yes
Length of extension for non-compliance: 90 days
Program length is reduced for compliance: Yes (Diversion program only)
Length of reduction for compliance: 6 months
Frequency of sanctions imposed for non-compliance: Awaiting data
Program exit requirements: Compliance-based removal


Treatment is required for the interlock program: Yes
Components applied to treatment: Yes

Data Collection & Management

Agency responsible for collecting data: Oregon State Police Driver Licensing
Overview of Data Management: Awaiting data
Barriers to data collection: Awaiting data
Vendors in State

Vendor Oversight

Number of Vendors in State: 6
Agency responsible for vendor oversight: Oregon State Police
Approval process for new vendors: Application process
Vendor recertification: Annually
Interlock technology features (Data provided by CIIM): Camera, GPS
Radius requirement for service centers: Yes
Radius requirement: Region based