Clatsop County Oregon Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1289)Clatsop County Police Departments
Astoria Police Department555 30th StreetAstoriaOR97103503-338-6411
Clatsop County Police Departments
Cannon Beach Police Department163 East Gower StreetCannon BeachOR97110503-436-2811
Gearhart City Police Department698 Pacific WayGearhartOR97138503-738-5501
Oregon State Police - Astoria Area Command Office413 Gateway AvenueAstoriaOR97103503-325-5515
Seaside Police Department1091 South Holladay DriveSeasideOR97138503-738-6311
Warrenton Police Department225 South Main AvenueWarrentonOR97146503-861-2235
Clatsop County Sheriff Departments
Clatsop County Sheriff's Office335 7th StreetAstoriaOR97103503-325-8635
Clatsop County Sheriffs Department / Clatsop County Jail355 7th StreetAstoriaOR97103503-325-8635
Clatsop County Sheriffs Office - Columbia River Valley Substation92435 Svensen Market RoadAstoriaOR97103503-458-7054
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Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Clatsop County Oregon are maintained by the Oregon State Bureau of Investigation. OUI-2 is their central registrar and all warrants and documents that are filed under their purview are kept in this registrar. OUI-2 is responsible for investigating crimes and all warrant records that have been issued under the state of Oregon. OUI-2 will also keep these records updated at least monthly to give the public confidence that their information is current and correct.

Under Oregon law, an offender can only be arrested once, convicted once, or be found guilty one time on a charge of a crime. As long as an offender is free from warrants, the state will not re-tender them. OUI-2 keeps these records up-to-date so that when a new crime is committed, the county sheriff’s department can look up the person’s background and see if they have been convicted of the new crime. This can prevent the unnecessary release of a person from jail if they are a convicted sex offender, or of child abuse.

These records are maintained in a separate department. To get access to them, one must first be a member of the Oregon Sex Offenders Registry (OSCR), which is a non-profit organization made up of attorneys, police officers, college officials and the public. To become a member, one must meet a certain criteria of being an Oregon resident who has not been convicted of a sex offense within the past seven years. After becoming a member, one can search for and find other member’s information, obtain an offender’s bond, perform sex offender searches, and apply for a name certificate.

To serve a warrant, an officer performs an arrest without taking the person directly to jail. Instead, they take the person to a local courthouse where they serve the papers. OUI-2 keeps these records updated at its centralized database so that when someone else performs a criminal background check, they can find the person’s records since they are directly from the police department.

OUI-2 additionally keeps tabs on an offender’s parole status. If a person is convicted of a crime, they are required to undergo a complete program of community service and rehabilitation. However, if they have violated their probation, then they may not have completed this requirement. Parole violations will stay on one’s record for ten years. OUI-2 can help stop a person from being re-incorporated into the criminal justice system after a violation.

In addition to OUI-2, there is another type of felony conviction record that you can get. Felonies are punishable by sentences of one year and up. They are reported to the OSHR by law enforcement agencies around the country. As such, the criminal records stay up to date, so that you will know if someone has a prior criminal background. To search for any felony conviction, you will need to use an online criminal background service.