Lookup Inmates in Marion 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.

Marion County Oregon Sheriff Overview

Marion County is located in the northwestern region of Oregon. It was created in 1843 and originally named Champooick District, after a meeting place on the Willamette River. In 1849, the name was changed to honor a Continental Army general who fought during the American Revolutionary War, Francis Marion. The county seat is Salem. The zip codes in Marion County are 97342, 97346, 97317, 97350, 97020, 97352, 97360, 97026, 97137, 97381, 97384, 97383, 97302, 97301, 97385, 97303, 97306, 97305, 97392, and 97325.
The highest ranking law enforcement officer in Marion County is Sheriff Jason Myers. Undersheriff Troy Clausen is his second-in-command. The Undersheriff is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Office. You can reach either officer by calling 503-588-5094.

Marion County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 100 High St. NE, Salem, OR 97301
Phone: (503) 588-5094

Inmate Search in Marion County Jail

The Marion County Correctional Facility posts a Weekly Arrest Report Online which contains information on all inmates currently incarcerated in the jail. If you want to find someone here, you can scroll through the list which is arranged alphabetically according to last names. Each inmate’s record shows his complete name, SID, date lodged, race, sex, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bail, booking photo, court date, release date, and charge information.

If you have information on any of the individuals listed here, please contact Marion County Parole and Probation at (503) 588-8492.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

All visitors must sign up prior to your visiting time. Visits are on a first come, first serve basis. The visiting desk is open from Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. The visiting desk number is 503-588-8588. To learn the housing assignment of an inmate, please call 503-588-8588.
The visitation schedule for inmates housed in the Marion County Correctional Facility is as follows:

All General Population:
Monday – Last name beginning with A – C
Tuesday – Last name beginning with D – J
Wednesday – Last name beginning with K – O
Thursday – Last name beginning with P – S
Friday – Last name beginning with T – Z

Eligible for Visit, Sign up and Visit Times:

Monday / Wednesday / Friday:

General PCs, D PCs , Female PCs Sign up: 8:00–8:15 Visit Time: 8:20-9:00
D, E1, E5, C4 Females Sign up: 8:45-9:15 Visit Time: 9:35-10:15
C, D, E2 – E4 Sign up: 9:45-10:15 Visit Time: 10:20-11:00
C, D, E1, E5 Sign up: 12:30-1:00 Visit Time: 1:15-1:55
D, C4 Females, E2 – E4 Sign up: 1:30-2:00 Visit Time: 2:10-2:50
C, E1, E5 Sign up: 3:00-3:30 Visit Time: 4:00-4:40

Tuesday / Thursday:

D, E1, E5, C4 Females Sign up: 8:00-8:15 Visit Time: 8:20-9:00
General PCs, D PCs, Female PCs Sign up: 8:45-9:15 Visit Time: 9:35-10:15
C, D, E2 – E4 Sign up: 9:45-10:15 Visit Time: 10:20-11:00
C, D, E1, E5 Sign up: 12:30-1:00 Visit Time: 1:15-1:55
D, C4 Females, E2 – E4 Sign up: 1:30-2:00 Visit Time: 2:10-2:50
C, E1, E5 Sign up: 3:00-3:30 Visit Time: 4:00-4:40

Protective Custody Inmates:

Monday – Friday:
Sign up: 8:00 – 8:15 AM Visit Time: 8:20 – 9:00 AM

For every visit, a visitor must present a current federal or state-issued photo ID. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and have an original birth certificate. Only 1 adult or 1 adult and 1 minor can visit at a time.

All visitors will be run for a Warrants check before the visit starts. They must also successfully clear the metal detector. Modest attire is required.

Inmates may send and receive mail through the US Postal Service. All mail will be inspected for contraband. All incoming and outgoing mail must be in postcard format, no bigger than 5.5” by 8.5”, or letters that have a maximum of 10 written pages with no blank pages.

Incoming mail must include the inmate’s first and last name as well as his SID #. Mail must be addressed in the following manner:

( Inmate First & Last Name / SID #)
4000 Aumsville Hwy SE
Salem, OR 97317

To add money into an inmate’s commissary account, you can mail a money order or cashier’s check to:

Secure Deposits
P.O. Box 12486
St. Louis, MO 63132

Money orders and cashier’s checks must be made payable to: Access Secure Deposits c/o Inmate’s Name and SID # and MARION COUNTY JAIL

Family and friends can also use the kiosk located at the bail window and in the visiting lobby of the jail. They can also call 1-866-345-1884 or visit inmatedeposit.com to send funds.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

Federal law mandates that all sex offenders must submit their information to local law enforcement for recording in the state sex offender registry. A sex offender is defined as someone with a conviction for a crime of a sexual nature such as rape, sodomy, and child pornography. In Oregon, the statewide database of all predatory sex offenders is maintained by the Oregon State Police Sex Offender Unit. If you wish to locate all sex offenders in your neighborhood, you can call 503-378-3725 Extension 4429. However, bear in mind that the Oregon Sex Offender Inquiry System does not include all sex offenders on the website. Only those individuals who have been categorized as a Level 3 offender, predatory sex offender, or a sexually violent dangerous offender can be included on the public website.

Bail and Bondsman

The payment of 10% of the bail to the court is allowed in Oregon. This payment is called security and is used as collateral to guarantee that the defendant will keep his word and appear in court whenever directed.

Bail is set by a judge if he decides that conditional release or getting released on personal recognizance is not fit for the crime and the defendant’s criminal record and history of violence. The amount of bail will also be determined by these factors which means that it can vary from case to case. A drug possession charge may have bail set at $10,000 but a sex offense charge may have a higher bail amount at $75,000.

Oregon is one of four states, which includes Kentucky, Illinois, and Wisconsin, that have made the practice of commercial bail bonding illegal. The state makes use of its own justice department as a bail bond agency, allowing defendants to only post a portion of the bail amount.

Marion County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 529
Avg Daily Population 539
Name of new facilitynot applicable
Full time payroll 146
Full time total employees 146
Total salaries and wages 11523904
Other operating expenditures 4733928
Total construction costs 346779
Equipment, furnishings, etc 82500
Year of original construction 1989
Year of major renovation1998
Name of new facilitynot applicable

Address: 4000 AUMSVILLE HWY SE SALEM OR 97309

Marion County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016158,561
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016150,458
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20168,103
Unemployment Rate, 20165.1
Median Household Income Annual Average, 201551,623
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Marion County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 201453,817
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201516.8
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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