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On Facebook’s Rights and Responsibilities, under their registration guidelines it states that “You will not use Facebook if you are a convicted sex offender.” However, it also says, “You will not create more than one account” and “You will not provide any false personal information on Facebook.” Since we now know that over 83 million accounts on Facebook are fake, these “rules” might sound satisfying in theory, but they are completely impossible to enforce.
It seems as if Facebook users are operating under some kind of honor system which no one actually upholds.
The Oregon State Police, Sex Offender Registration Unit, tracks registration of persons convicted of sex crimes who reside, work or attend school within the state of Oregon.
The Unit is the state repository for information within the state, encompassing adult and juvenile offenders.
We encourage you to use our site to help educate your family on possible dangers in areas they visit.Listed as public information under Oregon Revised Statute 181.592 is the following information on the approximate 760 Predatory sex offenders currently posted to the website: Name Date of Birth Physical Descriptors (height, weight, hair and eye color, SMTs = scars, marks, tattoos) Last registered residential address Vehicle descriptors (make, model, color – license plate information is included) Target Information (sex(es) and age(s) of victims) Method of offending (if one can be identified) Photograph of offender Supervising agency contact information (for offenders on parole, probation or post-prison supervision) Oregon State Police Registration Unit Contact Information (for offenders no longer under supervision) Information on the remaining registered sex offenders in Oregon can be obtained in hard copy format by calling the Sex Offender Registration Unit’s List Line at (503) 378-3725 Ext. Requests are processed in the order they are received, however, lists are usually mailed within 3-5 business days.Why are all registered sex offenders contained in the registry not listed on the public website?Any action taken by you towards a registered sex offender, including vandalism of property, verbal or written threats of harm or physical assault against this person, his or her family or employer can result in your arrest and prosecution.You must contact your local Police Department or Sheriff's Office immediately if you believe a crime is being, or will be committed.