Certificate of Good Standing
Individuals previously supervised by Marion County Community Corrections who meet specific criteria may request a Certificate of Good Standing.
- At least one year since supervision has ended, and supervised within the last three years;
- Not previously supervised for a person crime;
- Complied with sentence and conditions, including treatment;
- Satisfied court ordered financial obligations (or under current payment plan);
- Not in violation of conditions of any criminal sentence;
- No criminal charges currently pending; and
- Engaged in lawful occupation or activity, or other lawful form of support.
Process to Request a Certificate of Good Standing
- Submit the Request for Verification of Good Standing to the supervisory authority (the last county of supervision). Request for Verification of Good Standing Form
- That county issues a Certificate of Good Standing Verification.
- File a petition with the Circuit Court of residence including the Certificate of Good Standing Verification, and any other documents or written material to support the petition.
- Also serve a copy to the District Attorney's Office of residence.
- The Circuit Court makes the determination to issue a Certificate of Good Standing.
For more information about the Certificate of Good Standing, review the information on the Oregon Judicial Department website here: