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The City of Portland, Oregon

Police Bureau

Sworn to protect. Dedicated to serve.

Phone: 503-823-0000

Non-Emergency: 503-823-3333

1111 S.W. 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97204

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Sex Offender Registration Detail (S.O.R.D.)

LATEST REGISTRATION UPDATES:  December 3, 2019

 PLEASE CHECK DAILY FOR CLOSURES


WALK IN REGISTRATION WILL BE CLOSED

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4, 2019

 

WALK IN REGISTRATION WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS ON

DECEMBER 25, 2019 and

JANUARY 1, 2020 

 

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NEW NEW NEW

 

HB 2045 EFFECTIVE January 1, 2021

***Must report legal name change within 10 days***

***Must report 21 days prior to international travel***

SORD is recommending reporting international travel effective immediately

***State of Oregon/Parole Board now has until December 1, 2026 to classify existing registered sex offenders into the level system***

https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/HB2045/B-Engrossed

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INFORMATION--SCAM TARGETING SEX OFFENDERS

Law Enforcement Agencies in multiple states, as well as the U.S. Marshals, have recently been notified about attempted scams targeting registered sex offenders. The scammers are calling registered sex offenders and advising them they are negligent in their legal requirements in some way or have missed a scheduled court date.

The caller may provide a callback number and voicemail that sounds like it belongs to local law enforcement or the USMS. The caller tells the registered offender that they must bring payment or gift cards to a specific location to avoid arrest for missing court or failing to perform their registration duties.

PORTLAND POLICE/SORD WILL NEVER CALL TO ARRANGE TO MEET FOR PAYMENT

ALL BILLS ARE MAILED DIRECTLY TO YOU FROM OREGON STATE POLICE

PAYMENTS MUST BE MAILED DIRECTLY TO OREGON STATE POLICE

 

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WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS

 ADDRESS: 4735 E BURNSIDE ST

WESTBOUND TRIMET STOP ID #778/EASTBOUND TRIMET STOP ID #779- Trimet Line #20

 

MONDAYS- 12:00PM TO 4:00PM (check in by 3:50pm)

WEDNESDAYS-  7:15AM TO 3:00PM (check in by 2:50pm)

**MUST ARRIVE 10 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLOSING** 

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**TO OBTAIN A COPY OF YOUR REGISTRATION

PLEASE PROVIDE AN EMAIL ADDRESS TO THE REGISTERING OFFICER**

 

**PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU/SORD DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY SEX OFFENDER FEES**

 **ALL FEES ARE COLLECTED BY OREGON STATE POLICE BY MAIL**

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ALL REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS MUST REGISTER WITHIN THE COUNTY IN WHICH THEY RESIDE.

 MUST REGISTER WITHIN 10 DAYS BEFORE OR AFTER 

****BIRTHDAY****

****RESIDENCE CHANGE****

(to include moving out of state)

****SCHOOL CHANGE****

 

AND

(ADDED INTO LAW EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2021)

****WITHIN 10 DAYS OF LEGAL NAME CHANGE****

***INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL MUST BE REPORTED 21 DAYS PRIOR TO TRAVEL****

SORD is recommending to report international travel effective immediately

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INITIAL REGISTRATIONS (First registration in Oregon)

Oregon Convictions-  Use Walk In Registration Hours

Out of State Convictions- Please EMAIL us at  sord@portlandoregon.gov for an appointment

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SORD CONTACT INFORMATION:

SORD GENERAL EMAIL:  sord@portlandoregon.gov

 

Officer Lara Maul

PLEASE TEXT OR EMAIL FOR QUESTIONS/INFORMATION/SCHEDULING

Cell:  503-545-3559 (text or email preferred)

Email: lara.maul@portlandoregon.gov

 

Officer Bridget Sickon  -  OUT OF THE OFFICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

PLEASE EMAIL FOR QUESTIONS/INFORMATION/SCHEDULING

Cell: 503-793-8035

Email: bridget.sickon@portlandoregon.gov

  

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 YOU MAY ALSO REGISTER AT THE LOCATIONS LISTED BELOW

(Call ahead to verify days/times have not changed).

 

Gresham Police Department:

1333 NW Eastman Parkway, Gresham

503-618-2318

Online Appointment Only

Multnomah County Sheriff's Office

1300 NE Village St,
Fairview
503-988-7300

Wednesdays from 9:00am - 2:00pm  

No Appointment Necessary- Walk In

 

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 INFORMATION FROM PAROLE BOARD REGARDING SEX OFFENDER LEVEL SYSTEM

CLICK LINK BELOW

 

https://secure.sos.state.or.us/oard/displayDivisionRules.action;JSESSIONID_OARD=GrogY7mGML9C7wTk9-nRWxdwSeg5nGbj5v31PUMwUGzIC8GLU3WB!-486564362?selectedDivision=795

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RELIEF INFORMATION-- HOW TO APPLY-- FOLLOW LINK 

 

https://www.oregon.gov/boppps/Pages/relief.aspx

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NEW********NEW*******UPDATED RELIEF INFORMATION******NEW*******NEW

AS OF AUGUST 15, 2018

"All adult registrants who are eligible under ORS 163A.125 may petition the Board (or Psychiatric Security Review Board) for reclassification to a lower notification level, or relief from registration beginning December of 2018. The Board will not begin hearings process until after January 1, 2019.

Relief requirements:

1)      Registrant must be classified at a Level I.

2)      Five years have passed since supervision for registerable crime was terminated (if never on supervision, 5 years since date of discharge from court). 163A.125(1)(c)(A).

3)      For the Board to grant relief, the registrant must prove by clear and convincing evidence that: 1) registrant is statistically unlikely to reoffend, 2) does not pose a threat to the safety of the public.

Petition for relief disqualifiers:

1)      A subsequent person felony or person Class A misdemeanor conviction. ORS 163.125(3)(a). Full list of Oregon “person crimes” can be found here: https://secure.sos.state.or.us/oard/displayDivisionRules.action;JSESSIONID_OARD=HX89KRvAK59_TGTNNSOVCzBF3Hd-qVgOMoZjIXdKSGi6d6QLSddR!-277278532?selectedDivision=712

2)      A conviction for Rape I; Sodomy I, Unlawful sexual penetration I; Kidnapping I as described in ORS 163.235(1)(e), or when the victim is under 18; Burglary I with intent to commit a sex crime. ORS 163A.115(2).

3)      Was classified as a Level III at one point. See 163A.125 (3)(b) and 163A.115 (1)(b).

4)      Was classified by the Psychiatric Security Review Board.

5)      Not eligible for relief in state where registrant was convicted of the registerable crime.

Reclassification requirements:

1)      Classified at a Level II or Level III.

2)      10 years have passed since supervision for registerable crime was terminated. ORS 163A.125(2)(e).

3)      After a new risk assessment, reclassification will be granted if the person is classified as presenting a low risk of reoffending and a lower level of notification is sufficient to protect public safety.

Petitions for reclassification disqualifiers:

1)      A subsequent person felony or person Class A misdemeanor conviction. ORS 163.125(3)(a). Full list of Oregon “person crimes” can be found here: https://secure.sos.state.or.us/oard/displayDivisionRules.action;JSESSIONID_OARD=HX89KRvAK59_TGTNNSOVCzBF3Hd-qVgOMoZjIXdKSGi6d6QLSddR!-277278532?selectedDivision=712

2)      Have never been previously reclassified from a Level III to a Level II. ORS 163A.125(3)(b).

3)      Sexually Violent Dangerous Offender. ORS 163A.115.

4)      Was classified by the Psychiatric Security Review Board.

 

For both relief and reclassification hearings, the Board shall consider:

ORS 163A.125(5)

(a) The nature of and degree of violence involved in the offense that requires reporting;

(b) The age and number of victims of the offense that requires reporting;

(c) The age of the person at the time of the offense that requires reporting;

(d) The length of time since the offense that requires reporting and the time period during which the person has not reoffended;

(e) The person’s performance on supervision for the offense that requires reporting;

(f) Whether the person has participated in or successfully completed a court-approved sex offender treatment program or any other rehabilitative programs;

(g) The person’s stability in employment and housing;

(h) The person’s community and personal support system;

(i) Other criminal and relevant noncriminal behavior of the person both before and after the offense that requires reporting; and

(j) Any other relevant factors."

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   OREGON STATE POLICE SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION

https://www.oregon.gov/osp/programs/SOR/Pages/offenderinformation.aspx

 

 OREGON STATE SEX OFFENDER LAWS

https://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/chapter/163A