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How to Get Oregon Criminal Records
If you are looking for criminal history record reports in Oregon, you are in luck. Oregon laws allow anyone (in addition to law enforcement officials) to obtain Oregon criminal records on themselves or others. However, unedited and complete records are only available to authorized agencies. It's not too hard, to get a criminal history report in Oregon and here is important information to aid you in your quest.

What Are Oregon Criminal Records?

Were you arrested and fingerprinted in Oregon in the past? If so, it's probably listed in your criminal history report. Crimes that may appear include most felonies and some misdemeanors. Issues like theft, assault, and convictions for driving under the influence are usually included too.

Getting Your Records

If you want to obtain Oregon criminal records, you must go through the CJIS (Criminal Justice Information Services) in Salem. There are two programs available.

Open Records Program

This lets you request criminal history reports for people other than yourself. You don't need special permission or a signed authorization from the person you are requesting records for. However, the program provides limited information because it must comply with privacy laws. Each report is a name-based search. The Open Records Program does not offer fingerprint-based searches for criminal record reports. Here is some of the info you may receive on a report:
  • Arrest date
  • Offense
  • Law enforcement agency involved
  • Court
  • Disposition
The CJIS may notify the person you are searching for, to let him or her challenge any information that may be inaccurate. They have 14 days to do so.
If an employer requests your Oregon criminal records, they must notify you. This is the law.
To obtain a report send $10 to:
"Oregon State Police
Unit 11
PO Box 4395
Portland, Oregon 97208-4395"
You must also include the person's name, birthday, address, and SS number. Make checks or money orders out to the "Oregon State Police."
You can also access the Open Records Program online. Click this link to the site, and the fee is $10.00 payable by charge card.
Copy of Own Record Program
This program is only for obtaining Oregon criminal records on yourself. You will receive complete access to all your records, but you must submit fingerprint identification. You can get official fingerprints at your local law enforcement office or through the State Police. The State Police address is:
"CJIS Division Oregon State Police
3565 Trelstad Avenue SE
Bldg 1
Salem, OR 97317"
The fee for fingerprint services is twenty dollars and office hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm Mon-Fri.
After you get your fingerprints, you'll need to submit a check or money order for $33.00 with the request form. Make it out to the Oregon State Police. If you would like to receive a notarized response, add five dollars to the fee. You can download the official form by clicking this link.
Expunging Info from Your Oregon State Criminal Records
You may be able to obtain an expungement packet from your county's prosecuting attorney's office or a stationary store. These offenses cannot be removed:
  • Traffic offenses
  • DUI convictions
  • Class A and B felonies
  • You can contact your City or District Attorney for all the details.
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