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These requirements can be found in ORS 144.641-642.Offenders who have been determined predatory and are posted to the Oregon Predatory Sex Offender website cannot be around minors if: (ORS 163.476) They are where minors regularly congregate; defined as schools, parks, day care centers, skate parks, or any place where minors would normally meet for educational or recreational purposes; and (ORS 163.479) Contact is made with minors for the purpose of committing a crime for the sexual arousal or gratification of the offender or another person. The Oregon State Police have a toll-free telephone number, 1-800-551-2934, to provide victims with updates on the prison status, release information, parole status and any information concerning the registered sex offender who committed the crime against the victim that is authorized for release under ORS 181.843.What should I do if I see a known sex offender talking with children in the neighborhood? The telephone line is operational on regular business days, 8 a.m. The Oregon Department of Corrections also provides information on incarcerated and supervised sex offenders under their jurisdiction through the VINE Program at 1-877-OR4-VINE.The “predatory” designation allows law enforcement, or the supervising agency, to notify the community about a particular sex offender.

​Currently, this system is being transitioned to a classification system. The Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision (for persons housed in state correctional facilities), Community Corrections (for persons on probation) and Oregon State Police (for persons convicted of certain sex crimes in other states moving into Oregon and persons who have never been on supervision) must make a finding of predatory, based on an assessment of the offender’s crimes and history.For sex offenders off of supervision, no residential requirements apply under current Oregon state law but may apply under local law.



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