​​​​​​​​Public Records Request Form

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Request Log

The public records request log will be updated weekly.

​Date ​Name ​Organization ​Status ​Dow​nload​​
2016-10-12 Jill Heimensen Portland State University Completed Link

Description: Data regarding substance use treatment programs and dropouts. Specifically, I am interested in reasons why participants didn't complete court ordered treatment programs. Thank you!

​​2016-10-19 Christelle Allison Lopez​ ​LexisNexis State Net ​Completed ​Link​
​​​Description: Requesting the text of proposed amendments to rules in 213-003, 213-004, 213-017, 213-018, and 213-019. The notice of this proposed rulemaking was published in the October 2016 Vol. 55, No. 10 issue of the Oregon Bulletin.​
​​2016-10-25 Jennifer McDonald ​Institute for Justice Completed ​Link​
Description: 1.Copies of all guidelines and reporting forms established to comply with: a. Or. Rev. Stat. Ann. 131A.450, b. Or. Rev. Stat. Ann. 131A.455(5), and c. Or. Rev. Stat. Ann. 131.600. 2. All releasable forfeiture records contained in the tracking system maintained by OOGS. I request this in an electronic format such as a database dump or comma-separated value (.csv) files. 3. The complete database schema and/or database model describing the tables, as well as each table's variable type and lengths (e.g. integer, float, text, etc.). This documentation should also indicate the relational model and join types (e.g. inner, left, right, etc.) between each table.
​​2016-10-26 Justine Hicks​ ​Reason ​Completed Referred to:
​Multnomah County LPSCC​ and Oregon DOC.
​​​Description: I am requesting an opportunity to inspect or obtain copies of public records containing arrests for human trafficking and sex trafficking, as well as arrest pertaining to prostitution from 2014 to the most current data available in Multnomah County (specifically OLR 163.266, OLR 167.012 and OLR 167.017) For each arrest I will need: Arrest charge, County of arrest and any police organizations involved, Demographic information of the arrestee and number of victims, Name of Suspect, Case Number, (if possible) outcome of case. It would be most convenient if this data is organized in one spreadsheet.
​​2016-11-01 Gregory Kelly ​University of Oregon Closed
​​​Description: Data regarding drug arrests and convictions concerning heroin and prescription drugs from 2010 to 2015.​
​​2016-12-05 Noelle Crombie ​Oregonian Closed
​​​Description: Data regarding female inmate population trends and how Oregon's female incarceration ​rates rank nationally. Along with what the trend has been across the country when it comes to women going to prison.