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Lake County Oregon Sheriff Overview

Lake County can be found in the south central portion of Oregon. It was created in 1874. Its name is derived from the fact that there are several lakes running through the county including Lake Abert, Goose Lake, and Hart Lake. The county seat is Lakeview. The zip codes in Lake County are 97630, 97636, 97638, 97637, 97640, 97620, 97735, and 97641.
The Lake County Sheriff is Michael Taylor. He heads the primary criminal law enforcement agency for Lake County. You can reach him through his email [email protected]. Stacie Geaney is the Lake County Clerk. As the official record keeper for the county, she is responsible for recording legal documents and Commissioner Dockets. As the chief election official for the county, she coordinates and conducts all county elections. You can reach her at 541-947-6006.

Lake County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 513 Center Street, Lakeview, Oregon 97630
Phone: (541) 947-6027
Fax: (541) 947-6029

Inmate Search in Lake County Jail

The Lake County Jail does not have a Weekly Arrest Report Online which shows the names of individuals currently housed in the facility. If you need to learn if someone you know is being detained here, you can send an email to [email protected].

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Inmates at the Lake County Jail are encouraged to keep in touch with family and friends through visitation. All visitors must be on an inmate’s approved visitor list in order to schedule a visit. At each visit, a visitor must sign in, provide valid photo identification, and agree to a search. Personal items with the exception of the ID and vehicle keys are not allowed inside the visiting area. All visitors need to be dressed conservatively. Anyone deemed to be wearing inappropriate clothes such as tank tops, see through blouses, and mini skirts will not be allowed to visit. Minors need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. To learn the visiting hours for this facility, send an inquiry to [email protected] or call the Sheriff’s Office at (541) 947-6027.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

A person is considered a sex offender if he has a conviction for a sexually oriented offense such as rape, child pornography, and incest with a minor. Sex offenders are required by law to report to local law enforcement for records purposes. Their information must be entered into the state sex offender registry. If you wish to locate sex offenders in Lake County, you can contact the Oregon State Police at 503-378-3725 Extension 4429. They will provide you with a complete list. The Oregon Sex Offender Inquiry System is a public website and is limited by law to only list sex offenders that have been classified as a Level 3 offender, predatory sex offender, or a sexually violent dangerous offender. The Conditions of Use Statement must be read first before using the website.

Bail and Bondsman

In Oregon, a defendant awaiting trial can post 10% of the total bail amount to secure his temporary release from jail. This is called security. Security, like bail, is used to guarantee the defendant’s appearance in court whenever ordered to do so.

If a judge doesn’t think that a defendant should be released on personal recognizance or conditional release, he can require a bail amount to be paid. This amount can vary depending on several factors: criminal history, ties to the community, and severity of the crime. For example, a drug possession charge can have bail set at $10,000 while a sex offense may have bail set at $75,000.

Oregon is not like most other states. It is one of just four states – including Kentucky, Illinois, and Wisconsin – that have outlawed commercial bail bonding. A defendant who skips bail will not be apprehended by a bounty hunter. It will be the state’s justice department who acts as the bail bondsman.

Lake County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 14
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Full time payroll 13
Full time total employees 13
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Lake County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 20163,482
Number Employed Annual Average, 20163,258
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016224
Unemployment Rate, 20166.4
Median Household Income Annual Average, 201539,878
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Lake County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 20141,374
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201518.6
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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One response on “Lake County, OR Jail Roster

  1. Shantel chess says:

    How is there not a roster for inmates . That is the civil rights to any one who is a family member . This is Ludacris and soon this will be in the supreme court’s

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