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City of Medford Oregon / Police / FAQs / Obtaining Criminal History Information

FAQs - Police
Obtaining Criminal History Information

Q: 4. How do I find out if there is a warrant out for my arrest?

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To determine whether there is a warrant for your arrest, you must appear at the police station in person with identification.  No information about warrants is given over the phone.

 



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Q: 1. Where can I get a copy of my criminal record?

A: A person may request a copy of their criminal history through the Oregon State Police Identification Service Section located in Portland Oregon. A request form may be picked up at the Medford Police Department or the local Oregon State Police Office. You must submit a set of your fingerprints, along with a completed request form and a $12.00 payment to:

Oregon State Police
Identification Services Section
Unit 11
PO Box 4395
Portland, OR 97208-4395

A notarized copy may be requested for an additional $5.00. Checks and money orders should be made payable to Oregon State Police. For further questions please call (503) 378-3070, ext. 236.

If you are only interested in a local records check, the Medford Police Department will do an adult criminal arrest record check for the city of Medford only. The charge for this service is $10.00.



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Q: 2. Can I get a copy of another person's criminal record?

A: A person may request an "Open Record Check." This form is given out when someone wants to check the background of another person. A form may be picked up at the Medford Police Department or the local Oregon State Police Office. The fee for this service is $15.00. Mail form and check or money order to:

Oregon State Police
Identification Services Section
Attn: Open Records
PO Box 430034
Portland, OR 97208



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Q: 3. Can I have the police department check someone else to see if they have a warrant?

A: 

No.  The person that may have the warrant may come to the police department in person and show ID and we will advise them if they have a warrant. 

However, a citizen who feels a person may be wanted may leave that information with the police department and we will follow-up with that information.



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