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OSP Bend Office Relocation Will Temporarily Affect Daily Business Services, July 7 - 11
06/29/2010
Lieutenant Carl Rhodes
Oregon State Police - Bend
(541) 388-6213 ext. 200

Due to the upcoming relocation of the Oregon State Police (OSP) Bend Area Command office, East Region Headquarters, and Forensic Services Division Crime Lab, all sex offender registration and regular office-related business for OSP is temporarily suspended beginning July 7. All daily business operations will resume July 12 when OSP opens its doors at the new Deschutes County 911 / OSP building that will also house the county's emergency 9-1-1 center.
 
From July 7 – 11, all individuals required to complete annual and updated sex offender registrations should make alternate plans by contacting their local law enforcement agency for dates and hours that they may conduct their registration business. Even though the OSP Bend office will be temporarily suspending sex offender registration business, an individual must continue to comply with such required registration obligations.
 
Over six years ago, planning began to move the OSP Bend Area Command office from the current location at 63319 Jamison Road. OSP's new Bend office address will be 20355 Poe Sholes Drive. Regular office business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.), the office phone number (541-388-6213), and sex offender registration hours (Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.) remain the same.
 
The public can still contact Oregon State Police Northern Command Center dispatch at (541) 388-6300.
 
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