Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification- Oregon

Any adult convicted of a sexual crime and any juvenile adjudicated in juvenile court for a sexual crime is required to register. Different crimes and circumstances require registration based on when they were adopted into Oregon law.

Information collected includes name, address, physical description, photograph, fingerprints, DNA, vehicle information, driver’s license # and SSN. Location and phone number of employment and institutions of education.

Administrating Agency:

Oregon State Police.

Timeframe for Registration:

Within 10 days of release from a correctional institution, detention center or court; no later than 10 days of changing address; 10 days of moving into Oregon from another jurisdiction. Annual within 10 days of the person’s birth date.

Penalties for Non-Compliance:

Class C felony if they fail to do initial registration. Failure to annually register is an A misdemeanor. Failure to register change of address is an misdemeanor or C felony depending on conviction.

Confidentiality Provision:

Persons are advised the information provided is for their personal use.

http://sexoffenders.oregon.gov/


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