The Oregon State Police last week went online with a new Web site which publishes information regarding dangerous sex offenders residing in Oregon. The site was established in accordance with HR in order to provide information such as names, addressed, physical descriptions, pictures and conditions of release regarding high-risk offenders. Ted Kulongoski.
Multnomah County has registered sex offenders listed on the Oregon Sex Offender Registration list, all of whom are classified as Level 3 Offenders, which the state defines as someone "who presents the highest risk of reoffending and requires the widest range of notification. While the Oregon sex offender registry contains more than 28, entrants, is does not include individuals who are no longer required by law to register as a sex offender, or those who are still under state-mandated supervision. Additionally, according to the state's website, to be included on the registry database the following criteria must also be met:.
Therapy includes a combination of one-on-one and group work which is supported by disclosure and maintenance polygraph examinations. Most offenders in this program are supervised on a single specialized caseload by an officer who maintains regular staffings with the treatment provider. A second officer manages a few of these offenders.
As parents get ready for their kids to go back to school, they are worried about their safety, especially from sexual predators. Tim Fox, spokesman for Oregon State Police. Level 3, or predatory sex offenders, are prohibited from hanging out where children are known to congregate, like playgrounds, video arcades and churches. But after that?
May 23, You asked for information about state laws and local ordinances that preclude registered sex offenders from residing in or visiting certain areas. As of Augustat least 21 states and over local governments had adopted sex offender residency restriction laws and ordinances, respectively, according to the California Research Bureau in an August report entitled The Impact of Residency Restrictions on Sex Offenders and Correctional Management Practices: A Literature Review.
If you believe the offender is committing a crime or is in wanted status and you know their whereabouts, dial Information on this web page may not be used to harass or threaten individuals designated as Level 3 high risk Sex Offenders or their families. Harassment, stalking, or threats may violate Oregon criminal law.
Conditions preventing contact with the victim of the offense, preventing contact with males and females under the age of 18, completing sex offender treatment, submitting to regular polygraph examinations, registering as a convicted sex offender, prohibiting the use of pornography, restricting intimate relationships and prohibiting alcohol and drug use are essential tools in supervising sex offenders. It is common to have these conditions imposed by the Court in probation cases and by the releasing authority in cases of parole or post-prison supervision. Following is a description of some of the common conditions imposed on sex offenders by the Court or the Oregon Board of Parole and Post Prison Supervision:.
During a recent move to Florence, a woman who asked to remain anonymous began looking into the area to learn about its schools, home rentals and local services. As a parent of two small children, she also researched to see if any registered sex offenders were in the area. After following the City of Florence website to the Florence Police Department link, she found a page that explained that there were no "predatory" sex offenders registered in the city of Florence.
Most of the sex offender information is not public -- and Sex Offender Registration Manager Jeff Clabaugh admits many people don't know that. Like many parents trying to protect their kids, she's done her homework -- going online to look for sex offenders in her area to check the site at. OSP data shows only 10 registered sex offenders living in Deschutes County entered in the public database.
A FOX 12 investigation found only a limited number of offenders can be evaluated for the public list, but a majority of them aren't even eligible. A report last year found for everypeople, there are The average among other states is just And as FOX 12 found out, the risk of reoffending that a majority of Oregon's registered offenders pose has yet to be determined.