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Oregon inmate records are created by law enforcement officials when someone is arrested and throughout their entire journey through the justice system. The RAP sheet is the first document created with the suspect’s name, address, physical description, and crime details. After that, when the inmate moves from jail to prison or goes to court, each event is documented and added to the file. The Oregon Department of Corrections is the agency in charge of inmate records, and they keep them online and searchable in a database. This massive collection of inmate records makes it easy for anyone to search for an OR inmate any time of day or night.
The state of OR makes it super easy for someone to find an inmate incarcerated in the state. All inmate records are stored and maintained by the OR Department of Corrections locator, and they have an inmate locator feature right on their website. The process for an Oregon inmate finder is as follows:
If someone is interested in finding other criminal records, including arrests, incarcerations, sentencing, convictions, and other court cases, they can also try using the Infotracer system.
The state's prison system is quite simple, with only a few different types of facilities to house Oregon inmates. All state prisons are overseen by the Oregon Department of Corrections, and Director, Colette S. Peters. This agency keeps inmate records in a consolidated database. The OR prison system is comprised of the following:
Fourteen state prisons in OR house inmates who have been sentenced to more than a year in prison. These are felons who broke serious laws. There is one federal prison run by the Federal Bureau of Prisons that houses federal inmates. The state has nine juvenile detention centers housing youth offenders. Some are male-only, and some provide services to females only. The state also has thirty-five county jails run by local Sheriff’s Offices who hold pretrial detainees and recently arrested suspects.
Oregon’s prison system holds 15,166 residents in various kinds of correctional facilities, from which 15,091 residents are held in state prisons, 75 in federal prisons.
The state of OR has a total of fourteen state prisons. Each one houses a specific demographic, and they each have different levels of custody. The ORDepartment of Corrections is the agency in charge of running and managing these prisons. The list of Oregon state prisons includes:
The state makes it very easy to find an inmate in state prison. All inmate records are maintained and stored by the Oregon Department of Corrections, and they keep them online and searchable. Follow the instructions below to search for an inmate in an Oregon state prison:
The state of OR also has one federal prison that holds inmates who have broken federal laws inside OR state borders. The Federal Bureau of Prisons (FOB) is the agency in charge of all federal prisons. They maintain inmate records and manage the facilities. They have a helpful website with information on how to visit federal inmates and a page per facility with statistics, location, and contact details. The federal prison located in OR is:
The process for searching for a federal prison inmate in Oregon is different than finding someone incarcerated in state prison. The entire federal prison system is managed and overseen by the Federal Bureau of Prisons , and anyone looking for a federal inmate must contact them directly. They have an inmate locator feature on their website and a page per facility with contact details, information on visitation and sending gifts or money to prisoners.
The state has thirty-five county jails. One per county in most of the state’s 36 counties. These jails are operated and managed by the local Sheriff’s Offices. They hold recently arrested suspects and inmates awaiting trial or sentencing. The list of county jails in OR include:
Searching for someone in an Oregon county jail is much different than in state prison. The county jails do not fall under the direction of the Oregon Department of Corrections. Therefore, anyone wishing to find an inmate in an Oregon county jail must contact the local Sheriff’s Office where the person was arrested. Some of these Sheriff’s Offices do have websites where you can search for an inmate or look them up from a list of current residents.
The state of Oregon is quite progressive and takes youth detention very seriously. Therefore, they have five juvenile detention centers and four transitional facilities. Four of the main juvenile detention centers house only males and one is for females. Three work-study programs employ males and the fourth only females. These programs and facilities help youth offenders get back on the right track. All of these facilities are operated by the Oregon Youth Authority (OYA). The juvenile detention facilities in Oregon include:
Finding someone in a juvenile detention center in Oregon is not that simple. Juvenile records are generally sealed until the youth is 18 years old. Then they have the option of applying for expungement so the file may never show up in public records. However, family, friends, and other interested parties can try to locate someone in a juvenile detention center in Oregon by contacting the Oregon Youth Authority directly or one of the facilities. The OYA’s website contains information on visitation, sending gifts and money and how to reach an inmate by phone.
Twenty-four thousand people are incarcerated in Oregon. Of those, 15,000 are in state prisons, 6,000 reside in local jails, 1,700 are in federal prison, 1,100 are in juvenile detention, and 420 are in mental institutions receiving treatment. An additional 40 are in Indian Country facilities. The majority of men and women in Oregon prisons are there due to crimes against other people (including rape and murder). About 2,900 are in prison for property offenses. Roughly 1,800 are there because of breaking other state laws.
Oregon’s incarceration rate for year-end 2016 under state prison or local jail jurisdiction per 100,000 population was 367, which is lower than an average incarceration rate by 18%. The number of Oregon prisoners at the year-end of 2016 was 15,166, from which 9% were female prisoners, whereas the number of male prisoners was 13,862 in 2016.
Although the state of Oregon does use some work-camp facilities, they do not have any halfway houses or other transitional programs to ease an inmate out of prison and back into society. Therefore, most inmates, when released, will go back to family and friends while reintegrating back into the community.
Parole is a privilege given to certain inmates who have followed the rules while in prison and who do not pose a threat to society. The Oregon parole board monitors each inmate’s progress and when they feel someone is ready, may grant them early release with parole. Parole comes with strict regulations and regular check-ins with a parole officer. If the parolee violates any of these directives, they will return to prison for the remainder of their sentences.
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|State Parole Population:||24,711|
|Change in 2016:||2%|
Oregon judges have the option of ordering probation rather than prison if they feel the Oregon offender is a good candidate. Probation is a supervisory program where a probation officer is assigned specific offenders and must keep an eye on them. The court orders specific guidelines, and the probationer must follow these rules. If they fail to check-in with a probation officer or meet any of these rules, they will immediately go to prison.
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|State Probation Population:||36,658|
|Change in 2016:||2%|