Look up an offender on probation or parole

Use the Parole and Probation Officer Lookup to find information about an offender under supervision.


Status Notifications

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Probation Violation Notifications

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+ What's the difference?

VINE is an automated notification system. VINE will call, text, and/or email you if there is a change in custody status. For example, VINE can notify you if the person on probation is taken into custody or changes probation officers.

The Department of Community Justice can call you with information about any court hearings for probation violations. A common reason for a court hearing is when someone on probation violates a term of their supervision–such as by failing a drug test. If there is a hearing, you have the legal right to attend.

Frequently Asked Questions

+ What are the terms of supervision?

There are a set of general conditions of supervision that apply in almost every case.

Sometimes there are special conditions of supervision that also apply (such as no-contact orders). To find out if a no-contact order applies in your case, you can call the probation/post-prison officer.

Who can I talk to?

Saydyie DeRosia
She/Her pronouns
Victim Services Coordinator, Oregon Department of Corrections
(503) 934-1113
+ What can I talk to Saydyie about?

As a probation/post-prison officer, Jamiel can talk to you about offender information and answer questions including:

  • What are the conditions of supervision? What do they mean to me?
  • Whereabouts is the offender living? What areas should I avoid to avoid contact?
  • Is the offender compliant with the conditions?
  • What state of mind is the offender in?
  • Is the offender making restitution payments?
  • Is the offender compliant with treatment conditions?
  • Other safety or general questions you might have

Chelsea Penning
She/Her pronouns
Victims' Specialist, Department of Community Justice
(503) 988-2737
+ What can I talk to Chelsea about?

As an advocate, Chelsea can use the available offender information to help you create a safety plan tailored for your needs. For example:

Safety and safety-planning

  • How do I keep myself safe now? How do I explain this to my kids and keep them safe?
  • How can I be more safe as I prepare to leave an abusive relationship? How can I be more safe if I want to stay in the relationship?
  • What is the Address Confidentiality Program? Do I qualify?

Victim Rights

  • What rights do I have to protect me from my landlord or employer?
  • What rights do I have post-conviction? What information am I entitled to?
  • What is the Crime Victim's Compensation Program? Do I qualify?

Navigate the justice system

  • What if I am interested in Restorative Justice options, such as a "dialogue" with the offender?
  • How do I get a Protection Order (aka "Restraining Order")?
  • What's the difference between a Restraining Order and No Contact Order? Which is better?
  • How do I file for divorce or custody?

Support and referrals

  • Where can I get therapy or counseling? What support groups are available?
  • What if I need a domestic violence shelter? Homeless shelter? How do I access general housing assistance?
  • Where can I get legal advice or representation?

Emotional support

  • How do I explain what I am going through to friends and family?
  • How do I cope with this? When will I be "over" it?
  • My kids are struggling, how do I help them?