Oregon Police Records

Anyone who needs a copy of someone’s Oregon police records can do so by making a request through the Oregon State Police. Most searches are free, but are subject to rules and regulations of Oregon’s privacy laws. Some information isn’t authorized by the state for release, so you may be denied access to some data that you need. You’ll need to send a request for the record you want to the Oregon State Police at the following address:
Oregon State Police Department
4th Flr.
255 Capitol Street, Northeast
Salem, Oregon 97310
Phone: (503) 378-3720

Police records provide good background information about anyone in your life for whom you may need to conduct a background search. Your purpose might be employment or simply to find out if a person you know is telling the truth. Most states’ police records are available on the Internet, but unless you know what you’re doing you run the risk of becoming mired in records that display the same name or miss finding the record because the person has used aliases.


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If you choose to use the Internet to find police records and don’t want to go through the hassle yourself, there are many private online search sites available that charge a reasonable fee and can have the information to you within a matter of moments after you submit the data. Internet sites have long been used by professional record searchers such as legal professionals to obtain data they need for court cases and other matters. These police records can reveal a wealth of information about a person – information that you can base a decision on. It’s especially helpful as a background search if you’re planning to hire someone for your business or as a caregiver for a child or elderly person. The media is full of reports about perpetrators who commit crimes on a daily basis and that could have been avoided if only their pasts had been searched. Sophisticated search engines and databases are used by these Internet sites to quickly and accurately formulate a report and deliver it to your personal email address. These sites don’t have to qualify you before sending you the police records as some states do. They can reference and cross-reference information to find data in other states or aliases that a person might also be known as. Today’s transient society makes it near to impossible to know if a person is telling the truth or not. People can lie to us and since no one around us knows better, you’re likely to have to depend on his or her word – unless you use an Internet search site to run a background search for you. Find out more about how to search through Oregon police records to find the ones you need.