Only sex offenders designated as “predatory” are listed on the Sex Offender Community Notification web page.
A “predatory” sex offender designation is a life-long designation. Individuals who were previously designated as “predatory” will still appear as such on the Benton County Sex Offender Community Notification web page.
If someone is placed on the Benton County Sex Offender Community Notification web page, they will remain there the entire time they are supervised by the Benton County Sheriff’s Office. Once a sex offender has been designated as being “predatory,” they are placed on the Benton County Sex Offender Community Notification web page and a plan for community notification is developed.
In Benton County, this responsibility is shared by the Sex Offender Community Notification Committee.
The Committee consists of the offender’s Parole & Probation Officer (PO), a sex offender therapist, and representatives from the District Attorney’s Office, Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division, Corvallis Police Department, and Services to Children and Families.
Unless indicated, these persons are not wanted for any new crime. If you believe the offender is committing a crime or is in wanted status, and you know the whereabouts, dial 911. Email: [email protected] is the official web site for Coos County, and Coos County does not authorize any other web site to act or speak on behalf of Coos County, nor does Coos County authorize the use of its logos by anyone else or on any other web site, blog or any other form of publication.
Information on this web page may not be used to harass or threaten sex offenders or their families.
Harassment, stalking, or threats may violate Oregon criminal law. To obtain a list of all registered sex offenders living in your neighborhood, please call Oregon State Police Registration Unit in Salem at 503-378-3720, or visit the Predatory Sex Offender website - Coos County Community Corrections 155 North Adams, Suite B Coquille, OR 97423 Phone: Main Office: 541-396-7700 Annex Office: 541-751-2460 Day Reporting Center: 541-751-2461 Fax: Main Office: 541-396-1011 Day Reporting Center: 541-751-2650 Office Hours: a.m.
Sex offender treatment is a difficult undertaking, made more so by the wide variety and degree of offenses, motivational differences, personal history of abuse, and many other underlying factors.
The committee meets regularly to discuss cases and decide the level of community notification that should be implemented.