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Clackamas County Jail Oregon

The Clackamas County Jail system is a jail in Clackamas County, Oregon which is run by the Clackamas County Sheriff.  The Clackamas County Sheriff is Craig Roberts.  In addition to handling law enforcement for Clackamas County, the Clackamas County Sheriff is responsible for handing the detention of people legally confined in Clackamas County/p>

The Clackamas County Jail provides for public safety primarily by providing secure housing for detainees.  Detainees include pretrial detainees and un-sentenced inmates awaiting judicial actions, inmates convicted of misdemeanor offenses, convicted felons, and any other detainees as required by law.  You can locate inmates at the Clackamas County Jail, find out the charges against them, and determine the disposition of those charges using the facility’s jail roster.

To provide a secure facility, the Clackamas County Jail provides care and services designed to meet basic inmate needs.  It also has policies and procedures in place to reduce the risk of inmate violence, both towards guards and towards other inmates.

The Clackamas County Jail also focuses on trying to promote positive changes in an offender’s life.  To do so, it offers a number of programs for detainees.  Because mental illness is a significant problem in the inmate population, the Clackamas County Jail makes significant efforts to provide mental health assistance for inmates.  It has programs that can be inmate-initiated for inmate mental health care, as well as programs that friends and family can initiate if a relative or friend with a mental illness has been detained.

The Clackamas County Jail also participates in a jail tour program.  A corrections department deputy provides jail fact, functions, and statistics and then provides a tour of various areas in the jail.  Generally, the tour is open to children and adults 12 years of age and older.

Clackamas County Detention Center Address:

The physical address for the Clackamas County Detention Center is:

Clackamas County Jail
2206 Kaen Rd.
Oregon City, OR 97045

Mailing Address:

The mailing address for the Clackamas County Jail is the same as the physical address.

The general mailing address for Clackamas County Jail is:

Clackamas County Jail
2206 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045

Phone Numbers:

The general information number for the Clackamas County Detention Center is 503-722-6777.  Inmates cannot receive incoming phone calls; for information on phone calls from inmates, see our inmate phone call section.

Parole and probation functions are separate from the jail. For questions concerning parole and probation you can call (503) 655-8603.

For criminal case information you can contact the courthouse at 503-650-3036.

To contact work release for information on inmates who have been released from jail and assigned to work release, contact 503-655-8262.

Inmate Mailing Address:

The mailing address for the Clackamas County Detention Center is the same as the physical address.

Inmate Name (State Identification Number)
c/o Clackamas County Jail
2206 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045

Incoming and outgoing inmate mail is monitored.  All incoming mail must be delivered through the US Postal Service.

All incoming mail must have a return address:

FIRST AND LAST NAME
COMPLETE STREET ADDRESS
CITY, STATE ZIP CODE

Incoming mail will be delivered to inmates after it is received and processed, within twenty-four (24) hours, (excluding holidays and weekends).

Mail received for inmates who are no longer in custody of the Clackamas County Jail will be returned unopened to the sender.

Generally, inmates of the Clackamas County Jail are not limited in the number of letters they may send or receive. However, if the volume of such letters is so great that it results in an unreasonable hardship on the Jail then the Jail Commander may impose limits at the discretion of the Jail Commander.

The Jail will seize all contraband and make efforts to identify the sender.  Sending contraband to the jail can subject a person to prosecution.  Introducing contraband into a correctional facility, (through the mail or by any other means), is a CLASS C Felony.

Inmates cannot receive cash or negotiable instruments through the jail; deliveries of cash or negotiable interest will be marked “RETURN TO SENDER” and returned to the sender.

Inmates may receive books through the mail, but cannot have torn or damaged books.  Inmates are limited to three books and three magazines at any one time.  Inmates must return all books that they have previously received before receiving more books.  All books received by inmates through the mail must be bought and shipped from a publisher or reputable bookstore.  Books must be paperbacks and have size limitations.

Certain mail is generally prohibited by the Clackamas County Jail, including:

-Mail used to initiate contact with the victim(s) of the alleged crime(s) they have committed, unless the inmate has prior authorization from the courts.
-Correspondence between inmates in the Clackamas County Jail or other correctional institutions
-Mail that contains threats of physical harm to any person or threats of criminal activity.
-Mail that concerns sending contraband into or out of the Jail.
-Plans to escape, or depictions or description of blueprints or operational details on an institution’s security.
-Letters written in code.
-Gang related material.
-Sexually explicit material.
-Polaroid- type pictures.
-Mail that poses a direct and immediate threat to the safety and security of the Jail.
-More than eight 4” x 6” pictures.
-Stamps, address labels, stickers, bus passes, bookmarks, calling (phone) cards and stationary/envelopes.
-Oversized greeting cards or greeting cards that are padded, musical, have metal clasps, plastic, string, ribbon, confetti, glitter or laminated items.
-Any non-paper material, including cardboard, food and clothing items.
-Any foreign substance, (lipstick, crayon, watercolors, paint, correction fluid, metallic ink, perfume, glue, tape, body fluids, etc.), on the envelope or any part of the mail.
-Any device capable of storing electronic media, (videotapes, cassettes, CD-ROMs, and computer disks).
-Cash or negotiable instruments like personal checks, business checks, cashier's checks or money orders.

Clackamas County Jail Roster:

Clackamas County provides a comprehensive alphabetical list of all people currently in its jail.  This inmate roster allows you to enter an inmate’s full or partial name and then search for inmates who match your search terms.  Once you click on an inmate’s name, you pull up a detailed page on that inmate.  The more detailed information includes: age, booking agency, arresting officer, aliases, release date (if applicable), arresting agency, arrest date, charges, bond type (if applicable), bond amount (if applicable), status of the charges, fines (if applicable), sentences (if applicable), court types, and court dates.  The system also has booking photos or mugshots of the individuals. You can also find an offender and sign up for notifications if an inmate is released, through the V.I.N.E. notification system.  V.I.N.E. is a free and anonymous telephone service that can provide crime victims with information about an offender and notification if an offender is released or moved.  V.I.N.E. monitors the custody status of offenders and provides information 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Anyone can all the Clackamas County Correction Center’s V.I.N.E. line to determine an offender’s custody status. The phone number is 1-877-674-8463 to establish notifications, so that you are automatically notified of any changes in an offender’s status.

Inmate Bookings

Clackamas County provides a comprehensive list of inmates in the Clackamas County jail.  This inmate roster allows you to enter an inmate’s full or partial name and then search for inmates who match your search terms.  Once you click on an inmate’s name, you pull up a detailed page on that inmate.  The more detailed information includes: age, booking agency, arresting officer, aliases, release date (if applicable), arresting agency, arrest date, charges, bond type (if applicable), bond amount (if applicable), status of the charges, fines (if applicable), sentences (if applicable), court types, and court dates.  The system also has booking photos or mugshots of the individuals.

Clackamas County Arrests

The Clackamas County Jail inmate roster allows you to enter an inmate’s full or partial name and then search for inmates who match your search terms.  Once you click on an inmate’s name, you pull up a detailed page on that inmate.  The more detailed information includes: age, booking agency, arresting officer, aliases, release date (if applicable), arresting agency, arrest date, charges, bond type (if applicable), bond amount (if applicable), status of the charges, fines (if applicable), sentences (if applicable), court types, and court dates.  The system also has booking photos or mugshots of the individuals.  For information on defendants not currently in the jail, you mail fill out a records request through the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office.

Mugshots

The Clackamas County Jail inmate roster has booking photos or mugshots of individuals detained in the jail.

Jail Visitation:

You can visit inmates at the Clackamas County Jail in two ways: video visitation at the jail or from home.  Visitation is by appointment only. Appointments may be scheduled up to one week in advance, but no fewer than 3 days in advance.

Visitation at the jail is free, but there is a fee attached to home-based visitation.

Each inmate is permitted a maximum of four visitors per week. Each visitor can only visit twice per week.

All visitors must pre-register.  You can register online athttp://videovisweb.clackamas.us or  submit a handwritten request form [ PDF format ] [ .docx format ] to the following address:

Clackamas County Jail Visitation
2206 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045

Once you are an approved visitor, you may schedule visits by phone by calling 503-722-6575  from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon.

General visiting hours each day are: 8 to 10:30 a.m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.; and 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Visiting hours for those in administrative detention are:  8 to 9:30 p.m. Monday-Friday; and 7:30 to 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

All visitors must arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled visitation time and must have proper i.d.  All people 12 and older are counted as an inmate’s visitor and will be allowed to visit without a parent or guardian present.  Children 11 or under must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian. There is a limit of 2 children and 1 adult at each kiosk.

Inmate Phone Privileges:

The Clackamas County Detention Center uses Telmate for inmate phone calls.  Unrestricted inmates have access to telephones in all housing units, other than disciplinary units.  Inmates may place phone calls from late morning to early evening.  Calls are limited to 15 minutes each.  Phone calls may be monitored and recorded.

Inmates can make collect calls or use Telmate accounts to pay for calls.  To put money on an inmate’s Telmate account, contact them at 866-516-0115 or visit them online at https://pay.gettingout.com/#/.

Inmates cannot receive incoming calls, but you can leave a voicemail message for an inmate.  There is a fee attached.  Call 866-516-0115 and follow the automated instructions to leave a voicemail for an inmate.

To block inmate phone calls contact 503-722-6221.

Inmate Trust Accounts / Commissary:

Inmate commissary accounts are a way for inmates to access basic food and hygiene items that are not provided by the Clackamas County Jail, during the period of their incarceration.  Commissary services are offered to all inmates, regardless of status, except for those inmates who are in a lockdown or whose medical status conflicts with commissary.  These commissary services are, however, considered a privilege and may be rescinded by the jail.

Inmates do not need commissary funds to purchase hygiene items.  It is the policy of the Clackamas County Jail to provide all necessary hygiene items for jail inmates and to promote the use of these hygiene items, in order to promote cleanliness.   Each inmate is supplied hygiene items such as soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, combs, clean linen, toiletries and razors.

To make deposits in person, you may go to the Clackamas County Jail and use the lobby Telmate kiosk.  The lobby kiosk takes cash deposits and debit or credit cards and the jail will accept deposits between the hours of 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days a week, 365 days a year, barring unforeseen emergencies.

You may make deposits over the internet utilizing credit/debit cards to place funds on the inmate’s trust account or phone account. Click here to use the Telmate internet feature to place funds on an inmate account.

You may use a toll-free number to place funds on an inmate’s phone or trust account.   Contact  Telmate Customer Service at 866-516-0115.

Before an inmate receives money from deposits, any money that the inmate owes, such as medical co-pays while in custody, is deducted prior to the inmate receiving funds.  The remaining funds can be used by the inmate for commissary purchases or phone calls.

Bail Information:

Not all inmates are eligible for bail, but those who are can be bailed out 24 hours a day in the Clackamas County Jail Lobby.  Persons posting bail need photo ID and to fill out a Citizen Bail form.

For cash bail, you must have the exact cash amount. The Clackamas County Jail does not accept personal checks, money orders, cashier’s checks, traveler’s checks, credit cards, debit cards or coins.

You may post all of the bail or a partial bail amount, with the inmate posting the rest of the bail.  You can also put money into an inmate’s trust account for the inmate to post bail.  If you put money into an inmate’s trust account, you will not get a receipt for bail, even if the inmate uses it for bail purposes.

You may also use a surety to post a surety bond; contact a bail bondsman for information on posting a surety bond.

Inmates who are bailed out during the day can expect to be released between 7pm and 9pm that evening.  Inmates who are bailed out at other times during the day can expect an approximately two-hour delay between being bailed out and being released.

Conclusion:

The Clackamas County Jail system is a jail in Clackamas County, Oregon which is run by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s office.  You can locate inmates at the Clackamas County Jail, find out the charges against them, and determine the disposition of those charges using the facility’s jail roster.

Parole and probation functions are separate from the jail. For questions concerning parole and probation you can call (503) 655-8603.

For criminal case information you can contact the courthouse at 503-650-3036.

To contact work release for information on inmates who have been released from jail and assigned to work release, contact 503-655-8262.

 


Year Built or Opened: 1959 / remodeled in 1982 Warden or Supervisor: Sheriff Craig Roberts Daily Inmate Count: 432 Total Capacity: 434 Security Level(s): minimum - maximum

2206 South Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045

Phone Number(s): 503-655-8331
Fax Number: 503-655-8549

2206 South Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045