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About Oregon Open Public Record

The Oregon Open Records Act is the legislation enacted to mandate the public's right to access records, publications, and information of the state government. In an effort to adhere to this law, the state attorney general's website offers extensive information detailing what public records may be requested and how the request process works. Appeals procedures to address cases which result in denial of a request for information are also described. Minutes to public meetings are included as records accessible to the public. Oregon entered the union on February 14, 1859. The state capital is in Salem, the most populous city is Portland. The total population of the state is 3.8 million which entitles Oregon to five delegates to the U.S. House of Representatives. 242 cities make up 36 counties, and there are also numerous unincorporated communities. Lumber, wine production, breweries, tourism, and salmon fishing are some of Oregon's main industries. Nike's world headquarter is located near the city of Medford. The Identification Services Section of the Oregon State Police is the agency to contact for criminal history background checks and reports. Access Oregon open public records online with this great and easy to use resource. Search for useful links to Oregon's state, county and city courts, criminal and vital records. Browse crime statistics, census data, birth and death information, education and background history of Oregon residents. Also find current real estate housing data, property and land values. View state news and crime reports. Uncover business data, income, earnings and payroll of Oregon residents. Find all the public information you need about Oregon services, taxes, current events and municipalities. New Oregon sources are added regularly to keep you informed.
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Oregon Free Public Records Directory

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Departments which record, maintain and provide official documents, certificates or information requested by the general public.

Oregon Free Court Records Search

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  • How do I look up in Oregon, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's records to find out if they are available to the public?
    Look up: Federal laws, policy an regulations. You can start here and go on afterward: 5 U.S. Code § 552 - Public information; agency rules, opinions, orders, records, and proceedings.
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  • How can you find out if someone is deceased in Oregon for free?
    When you're trying to do the search for free, you'll have to do the digging yourself. Checking local obits, as the national searches haven't been as reliable for me. However, that will only get you so many people,not all. A manual way you can find out on your own is to look for any record of any type. Deceased persons do not accumulate new records, which includes recent addresses. Professional licenses aren't renewed if the person is deceased, and more free searches. You'll need to be your own investigator, and you will learn how as you go and look around, which can be as easy as finding a list of addresses, then you will see relatives connected to that address, which will expand your search.
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  • Where do I find in Oregon, if I have an arrest warrant?
    Do I Have an active Warrant? The easiest way other than getting stopped by a LEO, is to call the biz number of the state police. They will confirm if there is an active warrant under your name and DOB. They may or may not tell you what it is for. Most of the time they will tell you if it is a warrant for a FTA (Failure to Appear) on a traffic ticket.
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  • Where do I find in Oregon, if an inmate is married?
    Where was the person married? Statewide vital records have qualifications and will verify the identity of the person requesting regardless of whether they're ordered online, by phone, mail or otherwise. The county clerk is the official custodian of records, including marriage. They each have their own websites and how to look up their records. Marriages from 1964 to 2008 can be looked up under ancestry and does not have the same restrictions. Before paying, a screen will show names of spouse under some of the names. Any bit of information can be helpful if you're looking up for free.
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  • Where can I find in Oregon, information and copies of bankruptcy records?
    You can find bankruptcy information above under Oregon Free Court Records Search or in this link https://www.courts.oregon.gov/Pages/default.aspxthat will jump you to the Oregon free court records search part. There are search boxes you can use to find bankruptcy information, either by name or keyword. If the name or keyword is too common, use the date range option to narrow the search. The results will reveal the court name, case number, party name, filing type and date published.
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