Thousands Of Oregon Sex Offenders Not Properly Registered Over Backlog

  • The state agency in Oregon responsible for classifying sex offenders will miss another deadline to classify every offender unless lawmakers give them more money and staff, according to a new report.
  • KATU discovered that in 2013, the legislature gave the state parole board 3 years to classify sex offenders already in the registry. 10 years later that still has not been done.
  • Thousands of sex offenders living in the state remain without a classification level.
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