State of Oregon

The following state government agencies can provide information about any state-specific
identity theft situation and/or help you with any state-specific fraud.

Agency

Reasons to Contact

Contact Information

Oregon Attorney General

State credit/security freeze information 

www.doj.state.or.us/consumer-protection/id-theft-data-breaches/identity-theft/

Phone: (503) 378-4732

OR Secretary of State

Contact for issues regarding businesses, voting, and notary services. 

Website: sos.oregon.gov/  

OR Department of Motor Vehicles

Issues Driver’s Licenses and vehicle registrations

Website:  www.oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV/

OR Department of Human Services

Agency for welfare, foster care, disability, and social services.

Website: www.oregon.gov/DHS/pages/index.aspx

Report Fraud: www.oregon.gov/DHS/ABUSE/Pages/fraud-reporting.aspx

 

Identity Theft Laws

While the ITRC does not give legal advice, we have provided a list of known identity theft laws that may help you.
We suggest that you share this information with an attorney or legal representative if you are going to pursue criminal or civil charges.

Law

What it Addresses

§165.800

§165.803

§131:315

Laws outlining identity theft and personal identifying information (PII), the jurisdiction identity theft can be prosecuted in and the penalties after prosecution.

§165.810

§165.813

§807.500

§165.055

§165.074

Illegal possession and use of identification cards and devices. Pertains to payment cards as well. Use of scanning devices or skimmers to obtain PII and payment card information.

§646A.622

Proper disposal of records

§646A.620

Law regarding transmission of Social Security numbers or printing full numbers on documentation. Laws regarding collection and use.

§646A.604

Law regarding security breaches.

§646A.606 through 618

Laws regarding application and terms of a credit freeze.

 

 

 

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