Oregon State Police Sex Offender Registration
Information on registered sex offenders in Oregon can be obtained in hard copy format by calling the Sex Offender Registration Unit’s List Line at 503.378.3725 x. 44429 or by email at email@example.com.
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.
The Unit (i.e., State Registry) provides information to the general public regarding registered sex offenders living in their neighborhoods by name, city, zip code or county. Those registered sex offenders who have been designated Predatory under Oregon Revised Statute 181.585, who present the highest risk of reoffending and require the widest range of community notification are listed on the Oregon Predatory Public Website at http://sexoffenders.oregon.gov.
Who must register?
Adults and juveniles convicted or adjudicated of the following crimes are required to register with Oregon State Police, a local law enforcement agency or local sheriff’s department:
1. Rape in any degree
2. Sodomy in any degree
3. Unlawful sexual penetration in any degree
4. Sexual abuse in any degree
5. Incest with a child victim
6. Using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct
7. Encouraging child sexual abuse in any degree
8. Transporting child pornography into the state
9. Paying for viewing a child’s sexually explicit conduct
10. Compelling prostitution
11. Promoting prostitution
12. Kidnapping in the first degree if the victim was under 18 years of age
13. Contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor
14. Sexual misconduct if the offender is at least 18 years of age
15. Possession of materials depicting sexually explicit conduct of a child in the first degree
16. Kidnapping in the second degree if the victim was under 18 years of age, except by a parent or by a person found to be within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court
17. Online sexual corruption of a child in any degree if the offender reasonably believed the child to be more than five years younger than the offender;
18. Any attempt to commit any of the above crimes 1 to 17
19. Burglary, when committed with the intent to commit any of the offenses listed in paragraphs 1 to 17 or 20; or
20. Public indecency or private indecency if the person has a prior conviction for a crime listed in 1 to 19
21. A person convicted in another state of a crime comparable to those listed above