Coos County Oregon Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1350)Coos County Jails & Prisons
Coos County Jail250 North Baxter StreetCoquilleOR97423541-756-2020
Coos County Jails & Prisons
Coos County Jail200 East 2nd StreetCoquilleOR97423541-396-7850
Coos County Juvenile Detention200 East 2nd StreetCoquilleOR97423
Coos County Juvenile Detention Center250 North Baxter StreetCoquilleOR97423541-269-5282
Shutter Creek Correctional Institution95200 Shutters Landing LaneNorth BendOR97459541-756-6666
Coos County Sheriff Department
Coos County Sheriffs Office250 North Baxter StreetCoquilleOR97423541-396-3121
Coos County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Coos County Community Corrections Department Sex Offender Search
Coos County Inmate Search & Jail Roster Lookup
Coos County Sheriff's Office Court Records
Coos County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Coos County Sheriff's Office Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison2
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison3
Jail Population Held for State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies1
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population34
Female Pretrial Jail Population3
Male Pretrial Jail Population19
Total Jail Admissions5,266
Total Jail Population84
Female Jail Population17
Male Jail Population81
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population2
Latino Jail Population4
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population92

Jail Records Are Available Online

The basic information found on most jail records is public information, but the exact nature and extent of the information contained on them can vary from one state to another. For example, while every state is responsible for maintaining its own jail files, they will normally share information regarding criminal offenses and other public records with other states via their criminal justice system. However, it is important to note that some states (such as Oregon) only disclose the most serious public information regarding an individual’s incarceration, while others (like Texas) only keep track of minor infractions. Jail records are particularly interesting in the case of sex offenders, because their records show the exact crime they were convicted of, as well as where they are presently living and working. Any person who has been accused or convicted of a felony can expect to have his or her public information listed on the Sex Offender Registry, which is freely available to law enforcement agencies around the country.

The right to access these public records is guaranteed by the Freedom of Information Act, 1966, but this law does not give the public any right to look at the jail records themselves. If a request for information regarding a person’s jail record is submitted, the jail will need to demonstrate that the request for information is related to an actual law or legal issue. Jail records can be requested by a person who is searching for information on someone else, or by any member of the public who believes that the public should have access to such information.

In Oregon, jail records can only be viewed and obtained by an Oregon public records office after being filed in the appropriate county where the crime occurred. This means that if someone was convicted of burglary in Multnomah County, Oregon, the Oregon state government would have to locate the courthouse in Multnomah County in order to see the public information regarding the person’s conviction. This rule has caused quite a bit of frustration on the part of people who wish to conduct a background check on someone they just met. Since different counties and states have different databases, it may take days, weeks, or even months for such information to be located.

Some states and courts also use a seal or “rubber stamp” when making the final certification of public records. This means that someone can search and obtain access to someone’s criminal history, but the records will still have their rubber stamp. While this method can be used to make sure that the search is completed on the right person, it does not allow the public to look into other information that is found within the record.

To make using these online search websites easier, there are a few things to keep in mind. When you find the website that you want to use, simply click on the “search” button. You will then be asked to enter some basic information about the person such as their name, address, and phone number. In some cases, you may be asked to put in a payment method if you would like a faster search. Once you have entered all of the necessary information, the system will ask you if you want to proceed with the jail records search.

Once the search is complete, you will be able to see all of the information that is available regarding this individual. This includes criminal records, jail time that they were convicted of, any warrants for their arrest that were filed by police officers, and any other information that is considered public record. These sites are quick and easy to use and are very user friendly. This convenient service has been made available to the public due to the Freedom of Information Act and helps people obtain the information that they need quickly and easily.