Search Oregon Arrest Records
Oregon’s Judicial Department is in charge of criminal records and compiling and storing them online for public searches. They take access to these records very seriously and want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the information you need. In fact, you can do a quick search right now, here on policearrests.com.
Arrest Records and Warrants in Oregon
Arrest and warrant records are easy to come by in Oregon. All you need is someone’s name, and you can run a search that will give you all the details of the illegal activities they have been up to. You cannot hide from the law in Oregon.
Performing a Background Check
Performing a full background check on someone is easier than ever using a powerful search portal like this one. With just first and last names you can instantly have access to someone’s full name, details of their criminal activities, employment history, traffic violations along with a ton of other information. The report you pull will make it easier to evaluate someone for a job, to rent property to or decide whether you want him or her around your family.
Criminal Records Search in Oregon
Oregon makes it easy to perform your own investigation into someone’s past and find out if they are a registered sex offender, piling up the DUIs, a violent criminal with numerous convictions or just a lousy driver. With just a routine search online you can find out all about someone’s history and whether you want to trust them or turn and walk away.
Prison and Inmate Records
Oregon’s Department of Corrections maintains all inmate and prison records. You can quickly and easily find out if someone you know is in jail or prison and when they are scheduled for release. Along with that basic information, you will also learn their full name, any aliases, their height, weight, gender, and race. You can also find out when their birth date is and what crime they committed.
Total reported incidents in Oregon in 2016 increased by 94.51% compared to 2015 and is higher than national average of 3,311.69 per 100,000 people. Violent crimes increased from 3,295 to 7,817 while non-violent crime increased by 91.58% from 48,141 to 92,230.
5 Crimes In Oregon 2016 with most arrests
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Counties in Oregon with the Highest Crime Rate
Among the 24 counties the most dangerous is the Clackamas county with 365 violent crimes that’s 4.67% of the total of 7,817. Morrow County has the highest number of records per 100,000 residents that is below the state average of 306 and lower than national average of 469.
Safest Cities in Oregon
Are you planning a move to Oregon? Here are the safest cities in Oregon with the lowest crime rates. You chance of being a victim of a violent crime in Oregon is 1 out of 327 up by 0.21% compared to previous year. The lowest rate of violent crime is in Warrenton and safest city to encounter a property crime is Vernonia.
Violent Crimes rates in OR increased by 137.24% from 2015 and increased by 3.41% in the last 5 years since 2011 from 7,559 to 7,817. In 2016 violent crimes in OR was 34.82% lower than the national rate. Your chances of being a victim of violent crimes in Oregon is 0.306%.
Property crime rate in Oregon increased by 91.58% from 2015 and decreased by 3.58% in the last 5 years since 2011 from 95,659 to 92,230. In 2016 property crimes in OR was 26.97% lower than the national average. Your chances of being a victim of a property crime is 3.609%.
How Oregon stands up against other states
Oregon vs. Oklahoma
You’ll be safer in Oregon compared to Oklahoma. Oklahoma had an 3.72% higher crime rate than Oregon. Kentucky scored the lowest with a 2.85% lower crime rate according to the FBI. Assault rates of 180 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 284 per 100,000 people and lower than average 368 in Oklahoma. Motor Vehicle Theft rates of 393 per 100,000 people is higher than national of 286 per 100,000 people and higher than average 363 in Oklahoma.
Oregon vs. Kentucky
You’ll be in more danger in Oregon compared to Kentucky. Kentucky had an 2.85% lower crime rate than Oregon. Louisiana scored the highest with a 40.17% higher crime rate according to the FBI. Robbery rates of 78 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 136 per 100,000 people and lower than average 136 in Kentucky. Larceny rates of 2,769 per 100,000 people is higher than national of 2,054 per 100,000 people and higher than average 2,443 in Kentucky.
Names with the most arrests in Oregon
Crime rate by age group, gender, and race
The most crimes, that's 31.69% of all records in state are committed by the people aged between 21-30. Felonies are committed more by men. Misdemeanor records are popular among white population of the state.
DID you know?
- The overall crime rate in Oregon is 0.25% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 10.73 daily crimes that occur in Oregon.
- Oregon is safer than Oklahoma.
- In Oregon you have a 1 in 26 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- Year over year crimes in Oregon have increased by 94.51%.
Oregon Police Arrest Records by Counties
- Baker Arrest Records
- Benton Arrest Records
- Clackamas Arrest Records
- Clatsop Arrest Records
- Columbia Arrest Records
- Coos Arrest Records
- Crook Arrest Records
- Deschutes Arrest Records
- Douglas Arrest Records
- Harney Arrest Records
- Jackson Arrest Records
- Jefferson Arrest Records
- Josephine Arrest Records
- Klamath Arrest Records
- Lane Arrest Records
- Lincoln Arrest Records
- Linn Arrest Records
- Marion Arrest Records
- Morrow Arrest Records
- Multnomah Arrest Records
- Polk Arrest Records
- Tillamook Arrest Records
- Umatilla Arrest Records
- Union Arrest Records
- Wasco Arrest Records
- Washington Arrest Records
- Wheeler Arrest Records
- Yamhill Arrest Records