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Jackson County, OR Public Records

Jackson County, Oregon, is home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, one of the largest and most prestigious theaters in that region of the United States. Jackson County public records are available on request per the Oregon Public Records Law from various offices in person or online. Vital records in Jackson are available from the Jackson County Health and Human Services. The office only provides birth and death records under six months old. These records are only available to eligible requesters, and record seekers must pay $25 for each certificate. Alternatively, record seekers may obtain birth and death records from the Vital Records Office: Oregon Health Authority via mail and online. Mail requesters must include a photocopy of a valid ID and a reason for requesting the documents. Only those with eligibility may obtain the records after filling and submitting a corresponding application form. Jackson County marriage records are available from the Jackson County Clerk’s office. Only eligible persons may obtain these records, i.e., the participants, direct family members of participants, legal representatives, and legal guardians. Eligible record seekers may send a request to the office via mail or in person and pay a fee for the certificate. Alternatively, record seekers may use the Vital Oregon Health Authority: Records Office to obtain marriage records. Record seekers must fill out a form and submit it with a copy of their ID via mail or in person. The office also provides divorce records using this method. Alternatively, record seekers may use the Circuit Court to obtain divorce records. Individuals may contact the office with details of the divorce records to obtain copies. Jackson County property records are available through the Property Data Online. The platform provides property data for the county using criteria such as map number, search type, and assessment year.

Courts in Jackson County

Court Records in Jackson County, Oregon

Jackson County court records are public, with some exceptions, such as juvenile records and those considered private or sensitive. Record seekers may obtain court records through the Oregon Judicial Branch’s online service. The OJD Records and Calendar Search allows record seekers to find basic case information for free. The record search requires details of the case records, such as the names of the parties of those involved. Individuals may also obtain copies of court records from the Records Department of the Jackson County Circuit via mail, phone, or fax. Record seekers must submit a records request form and indicate details of the records, such as case number and case name.

Court Name:
100 S. Oakdale Avenue
1175 East Main Street
4173 Hamrick Rd
Central Point

Jails and Prisons in Jackson County

Find Inmate Search and Jail Records in Jackson County, Oregon

Jackson County inmate records are for those incarcerated at the Jackson County Jail. The correctional facility is under management by the County Sheriff’s Office. Record seekers may view inmates in the facility through the online inmate list. The inmate list does not provide mugshots. However, the inmate profiles contain details such as the list of charges, bond details, personal identifiers, and the arresting agency. Record seekers can scroll through the list or search for an inmate alphabetically. Jackson County has three jails and prisons, with one jail and prison per 927 square miles. The county ranks 21st in the state in jails and prisons per square mile.

Jails and Prisons Name:
787 West Eighth Street

Police Departments and Sheriff Offices in Jackson County

Arrest Records in Jackson County, Oregon

Jackson County arrest records are available through the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office: Criminal Records Section. Record seekers may request criminal records through the records clerks at the section in person. Record seekers must complete and submit a records request form to the clerks, including specific details such as the names of those involved, the arresting officer, the date of the incident, or the location. Jackson County has 14 police departments, with one police department per 198 square miles. The county has a crime rate of 56.05 per 1,000 residents.

Police Departments Name:
5179 Crater Lake Highway
Central Point

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