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The Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training provides access to all public records through a singular source. Records related to Criminal Justice constituent certification and training can be found in our CJ IRIS system. Information relating to what is available can be found by clicking "Criminal Justice Records" below. For complete detail DPSST's guiding documents and fees for public records requests, please visit our DPSST Public Records Page.
Criminal Justice Records consists of certification and training records for Police Officers, Corrections Officers, Parole and Probation Officers, Regulatory Specialists (OLCC), Telecommunicators, and Emergency Medical Dispatchers. Records include the officer's training, employment, certification, and education history.
Criminal Justice Officer records can be accessed through our Information Resource Inquiry System (Criminal Justice IRIS). Data contained is updated nightly and is intended to assist DPSST constituents and members of the public by providing 24/7 access to commonly requested information. Please direct any questions regarding the information contained in CJ IRIS to the CJ Certification Program at 503-378-4411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE NOTE: The information contained in IRIS is reflective of the information received by DPSST. Information may not be a complete or accurate reflection of an officer’s, provider’s or investigator’s training, employment or rank.
If the records found in the CJ IRIS does not provide you the information you need, please email email@example.com. Public records request may come with a fee based on the time and complexity of the request. DPSST will provide an estimate based on the work that needs to be conducted and cannot complete the work until the fee is paid in full.
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