Perform a free Oregon public sex offender registry search, including registered offender and pedifile lists, maps, lookups, and databases.
Benton County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search View Benton County Sheriff's Office Level 3 sex offender community notifications, including names, photos, and descriptions. Search Records
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search View Clackamas County Sheriff's Office sex offenders questions, including corresponding answers. Search Records
Columbia County Courthouse Community Alerts View Columbia County Courthouse community notification list general information including a link to the sex offender list. Search Records
Coos County Community Corrections Department Sex Offender Search View Coos County Community Corrections Department sex offender information, including treatment program, community notification, and sex offender list. Search Records
Deschutes County Community Justice Sex Offender Search View Deschutes County Community Justice sex offenders, including name, photographs, address and supervising officer. Search Records
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search Search Jefferson County Sheriff's Office registered predatory sex offenders database by name, date of birth, height and address. Search Records
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search Search Lincoln County Sheriff's Office registered predatory sex offenders database by name, birth date, address, height, weight and sex. Search Records
Multnomah County Sex Offender Supervision Program Sex Offender Search Search Multnomah County Sex Offender Supervision Program high-risk sex offenders notification page by name, date or charge. Search Records
Oregon State Police Sex Offender Search Search Oregon State Police sex offender records by personal information or location information. Search Records
Polk County Sex Offender Search View Polk County sex offender notifications, including the designation of a predator and link to the OSP sex offender website. Search Records
State of Oregon Sex Offender Search View State of Oregon sex offender inquiry system for a listing of level III offenders. Search Records
Tillamook County Sheriff's Office Community Alerts View Tillamook County Sheriff's Office community corrections page, including notifications and links to sex offender searches. Search Records
Wasco County Sex Offender Search View Wasco County sex offender treatment webpage for information on the specialized counseling services. Search Records
A Sex Offender Registry is a public database that contains information on people who have been convicted of sex crimes. The registry allows the public to know where sex offenders currently live, work, and attend school. It also provides personal information about sex offenders in order to protect the public. Sex Offender Registries are managed by state police departments and other government entities, and there is also a national Sex Offender Registry.
Sex Offender Registries provide a number of ways for the public to monitor people convicted of sex crimes. They contain personal information about sex offenders, including their home addresses, mug shots, and vehicles registered to the offender. This information helps educate the public about potentially dangerous sex offenders in their neighborhoods. Sex offender information is available through online searches, which can include lists, maps, sex offender or pedophile lookups, and databases.
Sex Offender Registries were created to close dangerous loopholes that allowed sex offenders to be released into communities with no warning to the public. The registry allows people to monitor their community for potential risks by tracking the whereabouts of sex offenders. Sex Offender Registries publish personal information about sex offenders, including their home addresses, to promote public safety.
Convicted sex offenders are required by law to provide information to the state authorities, which is published in the Sex Offender Registry. This information varies by state, but it can include aliases, online screen names, email addresses, and other vital information about sex offenders. The state reports this information so that the public is aware of potential risks. Some states will also notify nearby residents when a registered sex offender moves within a certain distance of their homes.
Each state is required to maintain a public Sex Offender Registry with up-to-date and accurate information. Sex offenders are also required by law to check in with law enforcement agencies on a regular basis or when they move. Sex Offender Registries often include information on how to recognize sexual abuse and what to do in cases of suspected sex crimes.