Corrections, also referred to as the Adult Parole & Probation Department is, a
division of the Tillamook County Sheriff's office, under Andy Long, Tillamook
Prairie Road, Tillamook, Oregon 97141
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (503) 842.8871 Fax: (503) 842.8086
Division consists of a Director (who is also a Certified Parole & Probation
Officer), 3 Certified Parole & Probation Officers, 1 Corrections Tech, 1 Office
Support position. Certification of Parole & Probation staff is required for
employment and is granted by the Department of Public Safety Standards and
Training. Parole & Probation staff are peace officers for the purpose of
Community Supervision and as such are available to local law enforcement for
after hours calls involving corrections offenders.
The Community Corrections Division is funded through a combination of Oregon
State Department of Corrections Grants, Offender Supervision fees and various
other grants and fees for service. There is no county General Fund money
allocated to this division.
Corrections provides supervision, services and sanctions to approximately 280
felony and selected misdemeanor offenders being supervised on Parole, Probation
, Post Prison Supervision of other related release status. Risk/Needs
assessments are conducted and referrals made to community partners for
specialized services. For non-resident offenders, the division facilitates the
offenders return to their county or state of residence. The division also
manages a system of structured sanctions for offenders engaged in non-compliant
(transitional) housing is provided for a limited period of time for offenders
who are being released from Prison or long term sentences in the County jail and
are without any discernable community resource. Supervision fees of $40.00 per
month are assessed on each offender to assist in defraying the cost of their
supervision. Other fees are also assessed for specialized services, e.g. $15/
urinalysis testing; $150.00 for non-resident Interstate compact transfer
investigation + $50.00 compact application fee, a one-time $25.00 fee for
Community Service, etc.
Sex Offender registration is the function of the
Oregon State Police and is not the same as the
Notification Sex Offender Inquiry
further information regarding Corrections Offenders or Division activities,
please contact the Community Corrections Division at 503-815-3331.
Revised March 14, 2017
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