CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE WARM SPRINGS RESERVATION OF OREGON

Sex Offender Registry
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Welcome to the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon (“Tribe”) Sex Offender Registry website. On June 18, 2007 the Warm Springs Tribal Council passed Resolution No.10,774 to promote public safety on tribal lands and protect tribal citizens from violent crime. The Tribe had a compelling interest to protect tribal sovereignty and tribal jurisdiction over tribal lands. The Tribal Council elected to exercise jurisdiction under the Adam Walsh Act and enacted Ordinance 91, codified as Chapter 380 of the Warm Springs Tribal Code. This code requires any person, whether Indian or non-Indian, who has been convicted of a sex offense and resides, works, or goes to school on lands subject to the jurisdiction of the Tribe to register as a sex offender with the Tribe. It also establishes this public accessible registry which is maintained by the Tribe’s Sex Offender Registration Office.

Conditions of Use:

Warning Disclaimer:
This website is provided as a public service. Through this website the public has access to information regarding convicted sex offenders who are registered pursuant to Warm Springs Tribal Code Chapter 380, which was enacted to implement the Adam Walsh Act. Information obtained through the website might not reflect current residences, employment, school attendance or other information regarding such individuals. Consequently users are forewarned that it is incumbent upon them to verify any and all information.
Any user seeking additional information or verification should contact the Sex Offender Registration Office at 541-553-2214 if they believe information in the Registry is not accurate. Anyone using information contained in or accessed through this website to intimidate or harass any individual, including registrants or family members, or who otherwise misuse this information will be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability.
By using this website, you consent to the jurisdictions and laws of the Confederated Tribes concerning use and access to the Sex Offender Registry. The Confederated Tribes do not waive their sovereign immunity from suit, and use of any information contained in the Registry is solely at your own risk.
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