Information on these offenders through the registry is limited by law.
Learn more If you have had a negative experience with a shelter or advocacy program, we recommend speaking directly with that organization's executive director or other management personnel.
If that fails to resolve the dispute, or you feel that the organization has treated you unfairly, you have the option of submitting a formal complaint to the Oregon Department of Human Services.
UNION / WALLOWA COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS Most Wanted List The Union/Wallowa County Community Corrections Program promotes public safety by holding offenders accountable for their actions, and reducing the risk of future criminal behavior.
This department provides supervision of felony parole, post-prison supervision, and probation offenders and person-to-person misdemeanant offenders.
The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence provides training, research and other support to our member programs, in the interest of better serving survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking throughout the state.
The Oregon Coalition staff makes every reasonable effort to ensure that the information listed here is as accurate and up-to-date as possible.This page is a work in progress and is updated on an ongoing basis.If you find any inaccuracies, omissions, wrong numbers, or have any suggestions to make this a more useful resource to survivors, please contact us.This assessment is based, in part, on previous history and the facts surrounding the sex offense conviction and will continue to be used under the classification system. The list of sex offenses required to register can be found in ORS 181.805(5).The first registration laws went into effect in Oregon in 1989.A parolee is someone whose crime occurred before November 1, 1989 and was sentenced to the custody of the Department of Corrections for an indeterminate amount of time, the length determined by the Board of Parole.