Lookup Inmates in Linn County, Oregon. Results May Include: Mugshot, Booking Information, Charges, Arresting Agency, Booking Date, Assigned Facility, Projected Release, SWIS ID, Name, Age, Gender, Race, Height, Weight, Hair, Eyes.
Linn County Oregon Sheriff Overview
Linn County is located in Western Oregon. It was founded in 1847 and named after a US Senator from Missouri who was the author of the Donation Land Act, Lewis F. Linn. Albany is the county seat. The zip codes in Linn County are 97333, 97336, 97335, 97345, 97348, 97355, 97446, 97374, 97377, 97386, 97389, 97322, 97321, 97327, and 97329.
Sheriff Bruce Riley is the chief law enforcement officer in Linn County. You can reach him at 541.967.3950. Steve Druckenmiller is the Linn County Clerk. He is responsible for the safekeeping of all county records and handling the elections in the county. You can get in touch with him at (541) 967-3831.
Linn County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 1115 SE Jackson St., Albany, OR 97322
Inmate Search in Linn County Jail
The Linn County Jail maintains a Weekly Arrest Report Online that lists the names of individuals currently detained in the facility. You can locate an inmate here by typing the inmate’s name in the box provided. Once you have found the inmate, you can click on his name to view the following information: complete name, age, date lodged, arresting agency, scheduled release date, booking photo, and charge information.
Important Jail Policies and Procedures:
Inmates at the Linn County Jail are responsible for submitting a Requested Visitor list which contains information on up to 5 individuals. Anyone who is not included on the list will not be allowed to schedule a visit.
Visits must be scheduled a day before the time visit by calling 541-812-9212. from 7am to 11:30am and 12pm to 4:30pm. Individuals younger than 18 are only allowed to visit if in the company of a parent or legal guardian. All visitors must present a government-issued photo ID.
The visiting week is Wednesday through Saturday. No regular visiting on Mondays and Tuesdays. Visitors are only allowed to visit once a day. Protective Custody Visiting is held on Thursdays and Saturdays at 4pm and Sundays at 11am and 4pm. High Risk Offenders have visitation on Mondays and Tuesdays at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. These inmates are allowed two visitors at a time but only one time slot per day.
The regular visitation schedule is as follows:
Each inmate is allowed no more than 2 hours of visitation per week. Each visit is no more than 30 minutes.
Mail sent to an inmate must be in a sealed envelope, containing the complete and correct return address. All correspondence and drawings must be done in pencil, standard ink pen, colored pencil, typewritten or computer generated. All incoming mail will be inspected for contraband and money.
Cash may be sent through the mail and will be placed in the inmate’s account. Checks and money orders will be placed in the inmate’s property.
To send mail to an inmate, it must be addressed in the following manner:
Inmate (insert inmate’s first, middle, and last name here)
c/o The Linn County Sheriff`s Office
1115 Jackson St SE
Albany, OR 97322
Sex Offender Search and Lookup:
An individual with a conviction for a sexually motivated crime is classified as a sex offender. The law states that all sex offenders must be registered in the state sex offender database. In Oregon, you can get a list of sex offenders living in your neighborhood by calling the Oregon State Police at 503-378-3725 Extension 4429. If you wish to access the Oregon Sex Offender Inquiry System, take note that not all sex offenders are included on this public website. According to the Oregon Revised Statutes, only those designated as a Level 3 offender, predatory sex offender, or a sexually violent dangerous offender can be listed here.
Bail and Bondsman
An individual charged with an illegal offense in Oregon is allowed to get out of jail while awaiting trial by lodging 10% of the bail amount to the court. This is called security. Security serves as collateral to ensure that the defendant will return to court once the trial is ongoing.
A judge will set bail if he opposes conditional release or release on personal recognizance for a defendant. The amount will be different depending on several factors such as the defendant’s criminal record, the severity of the crime, and his connections with the community. For example, a person charged with a sex offense will have to pay a $75,000 bail while a person with a drug possession charge will have a $10,000 bail.
Oregon is different from the other 46 states. Like Kentucky, Illinois, and Wisconsin, it has made the practice of commercial bail bonding illegal in the state. It is the state justice department that acts as the bail bond agency and it will be responsible for apprehending any defendant’s who skip bail.
|Linn County Jail Statistics|
|Number of Persons Confined||227|
|Avg Daily Population||203|
|Name of new facility||not applicable|
|Full time payroll||72|
|Full time total employees||72|
|Total salaries and wages||not applicable|
|Other operating expenditures||not applicable|
|Total construction costs||not applicable|
|Equipment, furnishings, etc||not applicable|
|Year of original construction||1989|
|Year of major renovation||2003|
|Name of new facility||not applicable|
Address: P.O. BOX 100 ALBANY OR 97321
|Linn County Unemployment and Median Household Income|
|Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016||57,129|
|Number Employed Annual Average, 2016||53,839|
|Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016||3,290|
|Unemployment Rate, 2016||5.8|
|Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015||47,757|
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
|Linn County Poverty Data|
|Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014||18,899|
|Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015||15.8|
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
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