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Oregon Inmate Records
Oregon inmate records are documents containing information about offenders serving time in correctional facilities in Oregon. In addition to the offender's name, aliases, and physical description, inmate records also describe the prison location, sentencing details, docket number, and sentencing status. Public inspection of inmate records is based on the Oregon Public Records Law.
Inmate records are considered public in the United States and therefore are made available by both traditional governmental agencies as well as third-party websites and organizations. Third-party websites may offer an easier search, as these services do not face geographical limitations. However, because third-party sites are not government-sponsored, the information obtained through them may vary from official channels. To find inmate records using third-party aggregate sites, requesting parties must provide:
- The location of the sought-after record, including state, county, and city where the inmate resides.
- The name of the person listed in the record, unless it is a juvenile.
Facilities Operated by the Oregon Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
The Oregon Department of Corrections has oversight of the state's detention and correctional facilities. It manages a prison system that consists of 14 prison facilities, including correctional institutions, a work camp, and a state prison. The agency is headquartered at:
Oregon Department of Corrections
2575 Center Street Northeast
Salem, OR 97301
Phone: (503) 945-9090
Fax: (503) 373-1173
Below are the names and addresses of state prisons and correctional inmate facilities managed by the Oregon Department of Correction.
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (Multi Custody Prison)
24499 Southwest Grahams Ferry Road,
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Columbia River Correctional Institution (Minimum Security Prison)
9111 North East Sunderland Avenue,
Portland, OR 97211-1799
Deer Ridge Correctional Institution (Minimum-security facility)
3920 East Ashwood Road,
Madras, OR 97741
Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution (Medium Security)
Pendleton, OR 97801-9699
Mill Creek Correctional Facility (Minimum Security)
5465 Turner Road Southeast
Salem, OR 97317
Oregon State Correctional Institution (Medium Security)
3405 Deer Park Drive Southeast
Salem, OR 97310-9385
Oregon State Penitentiary (Maximum Security)
2605 State Street,
Salem, OR 97310
Powder River Correctional Facility (Minimum Security)
3600 13th Street,
Baker City, OR 97814-1346
Santiam Correctional Institution (SCI)
4005 Aumsville Highway Southeast
Salem, OR 97317
Shutter Creek Correctional Institution
95200 Shutters Landing Lane,
North Bend, OR 97459
Snake River Correctional Institution (SRCI)
777 Stanton Boulevard
Ontario, OR 97914-8335
South Fork Forest Camp (SFFC)
48300 Wilson River Highway
Tillamook, OR 97141-9799
Two Rivers Correctional Institution's (TRCI)
82911 Beach Access Road,
Umatilla, OR 97882
Warner Creek Correctional Facility (WCCF)
20654 Rabbit Hill Road,
Lakeview, OR 97630-5000
How to Send Money Inmates in Oregon Prisons
The public can send money to inmates using three services: Access Corrections, Telmate, and JPay. Depending on the type of account, deposits can be made online or in person at any location. In addition, inmates have access to a commissary account to purchase items like toiletries, snacks, and more. Finally, inmates can also access a phone account, which services computer tables, electronic messaging, and phone calls.
How to Visit Inmates in Oregon Prisons
The Oregon Department of Correction has general guidelines on visitation rules. However, some detention facilities may have additional restrictions, depending on the inmate and security level. For example, some facilities have up to five visiting days during the week while others open for three days or less. The visiting hours also vary with each facility. Members of the public can obtain the correct inmate visiting hours by contacting the housing facility.
All visitors must provide a valid government-issued ID during visits, such as a U.S passport, military ID card, or driver's license. Visitors under the age of 15 may provide a social security card or birth certificate. Members of the public are also prevented from wearing denim or blue clothing during their visit, as this matches the color of inmates' uniforms.
Besides visiting an inmate in person, the Oregon DOC provides three other avenues for contacting an inmate. The public can contact inmates by letters, emails, or phone calls.
How to Perform an Oregon Prison Inmate Search
Interested persons may perform an inmate search to find someone in prison. The Department of Corrections allows interested persons to conduct an inmate lookup for general information about an inmate, including full name, birth date, and physical description. The search results will also list the inmate's housing location, correctional status, and the earliest possible release date.
In addition, the information provided on the OOS may include the offender's crime, docket number, and a picture. Searches can be filtered using different criteria. For example, the public can search for offenders by first, middle, and last name or use a known SID number. The public can also get a free inmate search by name using third-party websites.
How to Perform an Oregon Jail Inmate Search
The state of Oregon has 32 county jails. Most of these allow the public to perform an inmate search in Oregon using an online roster or searchable online database managed by the county's sheriff's office.
For instance, the Multnomah County sheriff's office maintains online inmate data on a platform that allows for searches by name or custody status, while anyone can find a person in jail in Washington County through the local sheriff's Who's in Custody list. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office operates a searchable online inmate roster. Similarly, the Lane County Sheriff's Office provides an inmate search database containing details of persons processed in correctional facilities. However, some counties require that residents who need to know how to find out if someone is in jail contact the correctional facility or the sheriff's office directly.
The Difference between Oregon State Prisons and County Jail
Oregon state prisons and county jails house a wide variety of inmates, from those awaiting trial to those serving long-term sentences. Inmates are held in both secure and non-secure facilities, with the majority of inmates being held in secure facilities. Inmates in Oregon state prisons and county jails have access to a variety of programs and services, including education, vocational training, and counseling. Inmates are also able to participate in religious and recreational activities.
There are a total of 14 state prisons and 36 county jails in Oregon. The largest state prison is the Snake River Correctional Institution, which can hold up to 3,480 inmates. The smallest state prison is the Shutter Creek Correctional Institution, which can hold up to 240 inmates. The largest county jail is the Multnomah County Jail, which can hold up to 1,500 inmates. The smallest county jail is the Baker County Jail, which can hold up to 50 inmates.
Inmates in Oregon state prisons and county jails are typically classified according to the severity of their crime, their risk of escape or violence, and their need for treatment or rehabilitation. Inmates are placed in one of five custody levels: minimum, medium, close, maximum, or supermax. Inmates in the minimum custody level are considered to be the lowest risk, while inmates in the supermax custody level are considered to be the highest risk.
How Do I Find Out an Inmate Release Date?
Inmate released dates are public information unless restricted by the record custodian. Interested persons may perform a prison lookup or contact the correctional facility administrator directly. If the release date is sealed, only the inmate's immediate family, crime victims, attorneys, and authorized government officials will have access to the exact release date.
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- There were over 1,240,000 reported violent crimes in the United States in 2017.
- Between 2006 and 2010, approximately 3.4 million violent crimes went unreported.
- Around 73 million (29.5%) of Americans have criminal records, many of which are eligible for sealing or expungement.
- There were nearly 7.7 million property crimes in the United States in 2017. This represents a 3.6% decrease from the previous year.
- Some newspapers have reported the cost of a public record can cost between $5 and $399,000.
- In 2017, there were 1,920 presidential pardon requests. Of those, 142 were granted.