Sex Offender Registration Detail

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All registered sex offenders must register within the county in which they reside.
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IN PERSON REGISTRATION RESUMED ON JUNE 62022 
 

Walk-in Registration Hours

Monday: 9am – 4pm
Wednesday: 7am-3pm
Friday:  7am – 2pm

Location

4735 E Burnside St. 
Portland, OR  97215

Trimet Bus Line #20
Westbound STOP ID #778
Eastbound STOP ID #779

Contact Info

For Questions, Information and Scheduling

General Email:  sord@police.portlandoregon.gov

Officer Lara Maul 
503-545-3559 - Call or Text
Email:  lara.maul@police.portlandoregon.gov

Julie Storm
503-849-2086
Julie.storm@police.portlandoregon.gov

Registration Rules

All registered sex offenders must register within the county in which they reside.
Registration must happen within 10 days before or after:

  • Birthday
  • Residence Change (includes moving out of state)
  • School Change (includes out of state residents)
  • Legal Name Change

International Travel must be reported 21 days before travel. It is recommended you report international travel immediately.

All out of state residents who work in Oregon must register employment if they work more than 14 calendar days in Oregon.

Initial Registrations (first registration in Oregon) must be completed within 10 days of conviction or release from custody, or within 10 days upon moving into Oregon.  Fingerprinting may be necessary on initial registrations.

Fees

The Portland Police Bureau does not accept any Sex Offender Fees.  Please contact Oregon State Police for payment.

Relief / Reclassification Information

OREGON STATE POLICE SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION

OREGON STATE SEX OFFENDER LAWS

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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