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  • Sex Offender Registration
    The Oregon State Police, Sex Offender Registration Unit, tracks registration of persons convicted of sex crimes who reside, work or attend school within the state of Oregon. The Unit is the state repository for information within the state, encompassing adult and juvenile offenders.
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Sex Offender Information Lists

Oregon Revised Statute 181.835 outlines the type of information, and under what criteria, the Oregon State Police may or shall release information to the public regarding registered sex offenders.
The Oregon Sex Offender Registration (SOR) database contains over 27,000 registrants. The management of this database requires frequent and ongoing updates that reflect the removal of names of those no longer required to register, those now deceased, others that are moving from one community to another, etc.. Also required are regular updates for additions, modifications, and potential corrections.
Individuals, agencies and other organizations requesting these lists should note that based on Oregon Revised Statute 181.835 (1)(a), the Oregon State Police, Sex Offender Registration Section:
“…shall release, upon request, any information that may be necessary to protect the public concerning sex offenders who reside in a specific area or concerning a specific sex offender.”
Due to several legislative changes that have occurred over the past few years, including this past session, the Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) is in the process of defining the parameters of what criteria is to be utilized for determining the need necessary to protect the public and what defines a “specific area.”
Until the DOJ determination is forwarded to SOR, the provision of general “lists” of non-predatory/non-sexually violent offenders will not be released to the public. Exceptions to this will only be made, in accordance with the requirements of Oregon Revised Statute 181.835, upon requests received concerning a specific sex offender (by name).
Information related to Predatory Sex Offenders or Sexually Violent Offenders, as described in Oregon Revised Statute 181.585, 181.587, 181.588, 181.589, 181.592, and 137.765 will continue to be made available to the public through normal operating procedures.

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 1.) While under supervision the person was determined to be a predatory sex offender as provided in ORS 181.585 AND notification of that under ORS 181.586 was made to someone other than the person's family.

 2.) The person's last primary supervising authority has notified the Department of State Police that the person was under a high level of supervision at the termination of the person's most recent period of supervision.

Other Sex Offender Registries

U.S. National Sex Offender Website


Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation


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