Oregon, also called the Beaver State, is the 9th largest and the 27th most populous state in the US. As of 2016 estimates, about 4,093,465 people reside in Oregon. Salem is the capital city, while the largest city of the state is Portland.
The violent crime rate in Eugene is the highest in Oregon. Here 329.7 incidents are annually reported for every 100,000 people. Oregon is actually a safer state than the entire country as a whole. The crime rate in the state is 259.8 per 100,000 residents, which ranks 14th lowest in the US.
Aggravated assaults and robberies are widely spread in the city of Eugene, where the poverty rate is at 19.4%. Eugene’s unemployment rate is 4.0%, while the state’s rate is 5.5% (as of 2016).
Capital punishment is legal in the state of Oregon. The safest cities are Brookings and Umatilla.
Jail and inmate records as well as mugshots in Oregon are managed by the County Sheriff. There are counties that provide this information online by publishing a list of inmate data on their website. Another online option for obtaining records can be performed via name search in the same database. The counties that don’t provide online service, should be reached by phone.
The Oregon Department of Corrections also offers online data searches across the state. A sex offender registry covering the whole state is available for search as well.