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Free website registered sex offenders

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It is the sole responsibility of the offender to provide current information to local law enforcement.How do I report someone who is living too close to a school, daycare, or who is not at the address displayed on the web? The local agencies are responsible for verifying the address and providing ALEA with any changes. An offender is placed on the website only upon conviction and release, through probation or end of sentence.

Only those offenses listed in the Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Act § 15-20A-5 are posted to the website.Users are authorized to use this information only to protect themselves or children who may be at risk.The release of this information to the public is meant to assure public protection, not to punish an offender or harass an offender's family.The map does not display registered sex offenders who have identified themselves as homeless.Homeless Registered Sex Offenders are searchable through a supplemental web application below.ORS 181.835 (2)(a) authorizes the OSP to post certain sex offenders on a public website.

In addition, the information on this website refers only to sex offenses defined under ORS 181.805(5) and does not reflect the entire criminal history of a particular individual. OSP has not considered or assessed the specific risk of any convicted sex offender.

However, because this information is provided by the registrant and changes quickly, it may not be current.

While OSP strives to make the information on this website as timely and accurate as possible, we make no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the content of this site, and expressly disclaim liability for errors and omissions in the content of this site.

In addition, OSP does not assess whether the offender will commit additional offenses or the nature of any future crimes.

Oregon law mandates OSP provide the names, addresses and descriptions of offenders who may pose a risk to the community.

Positive identification of a person believed to be a Predatory, Level 3 or sexually violent dangerous sex offender cannot be established unless a fingerprint or DNA comparison is made.