All the information about Oregon public records can be obtained at http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/Oregon.htm. This website provides all the information required as it displays the information as per the county specification. Information can be found more accurately by entering the keyword, such as town name or zip code of that particular county. The website provides much information; specifically the following:
1. Sex Offender Registrations
2. Land records and deeds
4. Unclaimed property
5. Permits and inspection
Once this information is entered it will ask you to enter the person's name whose information you need to track down.
Another very good source that provides all the public record information is http://www.oregonpublicrecord.com/. It provides all the information required for free.
Another good website is http://www.oregon.gov/OSP/PRR/index.shtml, which provides all the information that is needed and how that information can be obtained. The information that can be obtained from this website includes: OSP Records, Firearms Information, Driver's License or Vehicle Registration, District Attorney's Office.
Another very good source is http://www.publicrecordfinder.com/states/oregon.html. This is a comprehensive site that also provides links where additional information can be obtained.
Yet another very good source is http://www.blackbookonline.info/Oregon-Public-Records.aspx which provides all the information in a clearly sub-divided manner, such as:
1. Child Support Payments
2. Certified Public Accountants
3. Criminal Records - Statewide
Oregon's open government laws promote democracy by ensuring that all state, regional and local governments conduct their business with transparency. Oregon citizens have a right to know how their government is spending their tax dollars and exercising the powers granted by the people. The public performs a vital watchdog role by invoking the Public Records and Public Meetings Laws to seek and disseminate information about how the government is functioning.
This information was taken from http://www.doj.state.or.us/public_records/citizens_guide.shtml
All the information that is excluded from the public records are shown in http://www.peoplesearchpro.com/resources/background-check/criminal-records/
All the information provided on this website about the OSP records is government-affiliated and that information can be seen at http://www.oregon.gov/OSP/divisions_sections_menu.shtml
If the information you are looking for has been excluded, visit this website http://tops.state.co.us/tops_inc_exc_rev.htm which provides the contact information of the particular department
All the information about government codes is available on this website http://www.govengine.com/stategov/oregon.html, and specifically, this website http://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/192.html provides all the information about the codes. One of the codes is below:
192.015 Secretary of State as public records administrator. The Secretary of State is the public records administrator of this state, and it is the responsibility of the secretary to obtain and maintain uniformity in the application, operation and interpretation of the public records laws. [1973 c.439 ?2]
To lookup Oregon public records information, contact:Oregon Department of Justice
It is perfectly within a person's right to make a Oregon public records search, and if a document or piece of data is ever denied, then it is also within that person's right to contact the State Department of Justice through a petition to the Attorney General in order to have the issue inspected. The state takes the availability of this information very seriously and attempts to make it as accessible as is appropriate.
Oregon Public Records Law [ORS 192.410 to 192.505] states that any individual denied the right to view or copy any Oregon public record from a state agency may file a petition with the Attorney General whose office will in turn review the record and make a determination as to whether or not it should be withheld from public inspection. The AG's office will then issue an order in response to the petition.
State law dictates that access to specific criminal history information is a matter of public record in Oregon. A limited amount of access to another individual's criminal record is available based on a name and date of birth search.?
All requests for Oregon public records currently in the custody of the Department of Justice are required to be submitted in writing to the Records Custodian, and are subject to any copying or duplicating fees as allowed by law.