Signed into law:
July 3, 2001
Jeremiah Stromberg is currently serving as the Assistant Director of Community Corrections for the Oregon Department of Corrections. This rol
Jeremiah Stromberg is currently serving as the Assistant Director of Community Corrections for the Oregon Department of Corrections. This role includes oversight of the community corrections grant in aid funding; development of statewide legislation, policies, and rules that govern community corrections; jail inspections; program evaluations; liaison between the Counties of Oregon and the Department of Corrections; and Interstate Compact.
Stromberg served on the Oregon Board of Parole & Post-Prison Supervision from 2009–2012, first as the Executive Director before being appointed by Governor John Kitzhaber as a member of the Board. From 1997–2009, he worked for Multnomah County Department of Community Justice in Portland, Oregon in a variety of roles including: Lead of the Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Unit within the Juvenile Detention Center; Manager of the Adult Secure Residential Treatment Program; Manager of the START Drug Court; Manager of the Parole and Probation Domestic Violence Unit, and Manager of the Local Control Supervision Unit.
In 2016, Stromberg was elected Vice Chair of the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision and in 2018 was elected as the Commission’s Chair. He is also a former Chair of the Commission’s Compliance Committee.
Interstate Compact Coordinator, Offenders A-M
Interstate Compact Coordinator, Offenders N-Z
Lead Worker & Compact Coordinator
Constantin Severe, Governor's Appointment
Honorable Kelly Skye, Multnomah County Judge
Senator Floyd Prozanski, Legislative Member
Annette Chrisemer, Victim’s Representative
Mark Patterson, Deputy Compact Administrator
Megan Becker, Secretary and Support
Nicole Townsend, Governor’s Extradition Director
Heather Fowler, OACCD, Multnomah Co. PO
Brad Berry, District Attorney
Tina Potter, OACCD, Tri County PO
Jake Greer, OACCD, Lake Co Director
Representative Marty Wilde, House Appointment
Vacant, Public Defender
$50 to ISC; plus 3/4 of OR counties charge additional $25-$150. ISC’s fee may be reduced based on offender’s situation.