§ 130.04  FAILURE TO SUPERVISE A CHILD.
   (A)   Definition. For the purpose of this section, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SUPERVISION OF A CHILD UNDER THIS SECTION. Includes a parent, lawful guardian, or other person lawfully charged with the care or custody of a child under the age of 18 years.
   (B)   Failure to supervise. A person responsible for the care of minor commits the offense of failure to supervise when that child commits the following acts:
      (1)   When the child is in violation of this code such that he or she is brought within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court;
      (2)   When the child violates the curfew law (§ 130.01); and
      (3)   Fails to attend school as required under ORS 339.010.
   (C)   Affirmative defenses. If a person fails to supervise a child under division (B)(1) above, it is an affirmative defense when that person:
      (1)   Is the victim of the act that brings the child within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court; or
      (2)   Reported the act to the appropriate authorities.
(Ord. 09-2006, passed 7-10-2006)  Penalty, see § 130.99