Any use of this site implies you have read, understand and agree to the Conditions of Use Statement below: While OSP strives to make the information on this website as timely and accurate as possible, we make no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the content of this site, and expressly disclaim liability for errors and omissions in the content of this site. In addition, OSP does not assess whether the offender will commit additional offenses or the nature of any future crimes. No warranty of any kind, implied or statutory, including but not limited to the warranties of non-infringement of third party rights, title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or freedom from computer virus, is given with respect to the content of this website or its links to other Internet resources. The numbers are from Oregon State Police, who oversee the state's sex offender registry. If you have knowledge that a registrant is not residing at the last reported residence listed on this web site, you are encouraged to call the contact number listed for that registrant. Alleged violations of Oregon law by registrants should be reported to your local law enforcement agency. Users are authorized to use this information only to protect themselves or children who may be at risk. It's a common theme: You must agree to the Conditions of Use Statement to use this site. Sex offenders in Oregon: This site is for information purposes only. Report exposes huge gaps in state, federal tracking Oregonian reporter Maxine Bernstein started looking into sex offender registration laws to find out how a California man could move to Oregon and repeatedly flout the laws, eventually killing a year-old girl and then a year-old woman in Portland. Convicted sex offenders can easily move from state to state, and duck registration laws that differ between state borders, to avoid detection.