A: PSRB is the Psychiatric Services Review Board. It is a volunteer board appointed by the Governor to set standards for the early release of patients under it's control.
They commit a crime and are determined by the court to be guilty but insane. They are then sentenced to serve their time in the Oregon State Hospital.
There are five members of the PSRB Board who are appointed by the Governor. The PSRB Board must include a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a criminal trial attorney, a parole or probation officer, and a member of the public.
A: Any person determined to be "guilty except for insanity".
A: To decide, in consultation with doctors, the level of treatment and supervision for those under the jurisdiction of the PSRB, ranging from the state mental hospital to community placement.
A: As of May 2008 there are 745, including 368 in the state hospital, and 377 living in the community under conditional release from the state hospital.
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