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Sex Offender Registration

Adults in custody may have the opportunity to participate in different programs or alternative sanctions. In most cases these include an application and approval process.
Registration form

Oregon law requires those convicted of sex crimes who live, work, or attend school in Oregon to registered as a sex offender. Sex offender registration is designed to help law enforcement identify convicted offenders in the community, monitor compliance with Oregon State Police (OSP) guidelines, and prevent future sex offenses.

Community members and those convicted of sex crimes can find information regarding registration below. For additional information not listed below, email Oregon State Police or call 503-934-1258.

Oregon sex offender records

All Oregon law enforcement agencies submit registrations to the Oregon State Police Sex Offender Registration Unit. This unit maintains sex offender records, provides assistance to victims of sex offenders, and supplies information to law enforcement agencies.

To view the predatory sex offender database visit the Oregon State Police website. Community members can request a complete list of all sex offenders in their neighborhood by calling 503-378-3725, extension 44429.

How to register

Registered sex offenders are required to report to a law enforcement agency in the county where they reside. Registered sex offenders residing in another state that are currently working or attending school in the State of Oregon are still required to report.

Come prepared

  • You will need photo identification each time you report.
  • For your initial report, bring a copy of the judgment of conviction.
  • You will be photographed.
  • You will be fingerprinted.
  • No fee required.


Washington County registrants may report to one of two Sheriff’s Office locations, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, except holidays. You must schedule an appointment to update your registration.

The act of scheduling an appointment does not satisfy any reporting requirements. A WCSO employee will still need to facilitate your updated registration. If your appointment is canceled or rescheduled, it remains the responsibility of the individual registered sex offender to maintain their compliance with their reporting requirements.

  • Law Enforcement Center
    215 SW Adams Avenue
    Hillsboro, Oregon
  • Sheriff's Office East Precinct
    3700 SW Murray Boulevard
    Beaverton, Oregon


Registered offenders must contact law enforcement:

  • Within 10 days of a change in residence.
  • Within 10 days of a legal name change.
  • Annually within 10 days of birth date, regardless of recent contact due to changed residence or otherwise reported.
  • Within 10 days of the first day working or attending an institution of higher education.
  • Within 10 days of a change in work or attendance status at an institution of higher education.
  • At least 21 days prior to any intended travel outside of the United States.

Risk assessment

Registration is for life unless the person is released by the court. House Bill 2549, passed in 2013, directed the Department of Corrections to adopt a risk assessment tool to classify each registered sex offender based on their risk of reoffending in the community. This assessment also establishes general rules regarding community notification.

  • Registrants with a Notification Level I may be eligible for granted relief.
  • Registrants with a Notification Level II or III may be eligible to apply for reclassification.

To apply for relief or reclassification contact the Oregon Board of Parole.