Request may be submitted in person by delivering it to:
201 Webber Street
201 Webber Street
The Dalles, OR 97058
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
NORCOR mandates a zero tolerance for any incidence of sexual assault or attempted sexual assault of any inmate in NORCOR custody. All staff, volunteers, contractors and inmates must abide by this and related policies, laws, and standards that help prevent, detect, reduce, and punish inmate sexual assault.
The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) was signed into law September 2003 by President George W. Bush. Its main purpose is to protect the Eighth Amendment rights of Federal, State and local prisoners. PREA makes the prevention of sexual assault of incarcerated persons a top priority with national standards for the detection, prevention, reduction and punishment of sexual misconduct and sexual assaults in prisons and jails. It also increases accountability for administrators who fail to prevent, reduce and punish such misconduct.
Any sexual and/or romantic activity between staff and inmates is prohibited and against the law. Sexual activity between inmates is also prohibited by NORCOR Policy and Procedure, inmate rules and may also be a crime.
There is no such thing as consensual sex in custody.
NORCOR will aggressively respond to and investigate any and all allegations of rape and/or sexual misconduct. NORCOR supports the prosecution of sexual misconduct and sexual assaults, in partnership with law enforcement and county prosecutors. NORCOR staff are required to report and respond to incidents of rape, sexual abuse or sexual misconduct.
Inmates are encouraged to speak with deputies, medical staff, mental health professionals, attorneys, program volunteers, family members, friends, or anyone who can assist them in putting a stop to any and all sexual misconduct or abuse. They can also write letters, leave notes, utilize the inmate request form, medical request form, leave phone messages on the PREA Hotline or file a grievance.
If you were sexually abused while in custody or know of someone that was sexually abused while in custody, you should report it immediately. Although reporting can be difficult to do, it will keep you and others safe from more harm. All information is confidential and will be subject to verification by investigators. Falsely reporting a sexual crime is itself a crime. If a false report is submitted by an inmate is a jail rule violation and the inmate will held accountable through misconduct proceedings.
You may file a complaint regarding rape and/or sexual misconduct that occurred while in NORCOR custody by calling this confidential number:
PREA Report Hotline by calling 541.506.3111.
If you feel you may have an urgent crime to report call 911.
HAVEN - The Dalles - 541-296-1662
HELPING HANDS - Hood River - 541-386-4808
Immigration and Customs Housing
The housing of federal detainees is through contractual agreement with the federal Immigration and US Marshall’s office. This contract stipulates that NORCOR will house Federal detainee’s under three condition’s; those who are charged with Federal offenses and are being detained while awaiting trial, individuals who have been sentenced and are awaiting designation and transport to a Bureau of Prisons facility, and individuals who are awaiting a hearing on their immigration status or deportation. These are individuals who are already legally in ICE’s custody.
Our agreement is to house, supervise and provide for basic needs while this individual is under our care. There are no County or State funds that are expended to cover their detainment. All costs are covered through our agreement with the Federal contract.
Per ORS 181A.820 subsection 2 our current procedure regarding those individuals (locals) booked into NORCOR that do not have a country of origin; consist of notifying Immigration and Custom officials, providing them with the individuals Name, DOB, Current Charges and Identified place of Birth. If ICE determines that this person should be detained, they will initiate an I-203 and send that to us. The individual is allowed to bail/release unless we have received that form. We do not hold them waiting for this form. If someone has finished their sentence, been released by the court or posted bail they are not held unless we have a I-203 form which is an order to detain and has been generated to place them legally into ICE custody.
All individuals housed through Immigration and Customs must have an I-203 form which is an administrative document that accompanies every person placed into federal immigration detention. Form I-203 does not confer any authority to make an arrest. Its function is to keep track of the custody status of a person who is already legally in ICE’s custody and does not serve as a hold on an individual in local custody while ICE investigates their status. All detainees’ that are sent to NORCOR have final removal orders and are awaiting completion of the process.
How to Visit
AS OF OCTOBER 1st, 2013
ALL PUBLIC VISITATION WILL BE THROUGH TELMATE VIDEO VISITATION
This facility has transitioned inmate visitation to a new video-only system provided by TELMATE. The new visitation schedule has expanded to allow more visits at more times.
Visitors may now visit with inmates:
On-site (LOCAL): Visitors may visit using the TELMATE video stations (T-Phones) in the NORCOR Administration lobby.
Remote: From anywhere over the web. Remote (off-site) video visiting is available to friends, family, and others using a web browser. Video visits may be conducted from any computer with high-speed Internet, a webcam, microphone and speakers. There is no limit to the number of remote visits, and they may be scheduled on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Each week, 1 on-site, 30-minute visits are provided to each inmate at no cost. Only inmates can schedule their free visits, friends and family cannot. Free visits that are not used do not carry over to the next week.
Additional on-site visits are available for $7.50 in 30-minute blocks. There is no limit on the number of additional paid visits. Remote visits are available for $7.50 for a 30 minute visit.
To schedule a visit with an inmate, go to www.gettingout.com or use the TELMATE Kiosk in the facility lobby. (Please note that an inmate must confirm the visit in order for it to occur.)
You will need to create a login (if you haven't already) before scheduling a visit.
Available visiting times may vary throughout the facility, depending on classification and housing unit. (Please see the lobby kiosk video visitation schedule below.)
Inmates are responsible for communicating their allowed visit times to prospective visitors. Inmates will not be permitted to visit during their lockdown time.
Arrive Early: For all free visits, and all onsite/local visits, visitors must be present in the jail lobby visitation area 5-10 minutes before their scheduled visit. Inmates visit using a video station in their housing unit.
Canceling a Visit: To cancel a visit, log into www.gettingout.com or use the link provided in your confirmation email. Cancelations that are over 24 hours in advance are fully refunded.
If you do not appear for an inmate scheduled free visit, the inmate will not receive another free visit until the following week.
Minors: Minors are allowed to visit as long as they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, and as long as there are no restrictions per court or DHS. Minors are not permitted to register for visitation.
Lobby Video Visiting Schedule
Effective October 1st, 2013
|Monday||8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||NO LOCAL VIDEO VISITATION (Remote 6:00pm - Midnight)|
|Thursday||8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
|Sunday||8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Holidays 8:00 AM- 12:00 PM|
ALL VIDEO VISITATION IS MONITORED AND RECORDED.
Inmate visitation is a privilege and may be denied for disciplinary reasons or operational necessity.
- You must create a TELMATE login online at www.gettingout.com or at the lobby kiosk by admin window prior to visiting.
- All local (NORCOR Lobby) visitations must be prescheduled either by yourself through your TELMATE login or by the inmate.
- Visitors will wear clothing which is not unduly suggestive. NO HALTER TOPS, NO TUBE TOPS, NO SWIM WEAR, NO SEE THROUGH CLOTHING, NO LOW CUT TOPS, NO SHORT LENGTH CLOTHING. NOTHING ABOVE THE KNEE.
- Any violation of visitation rules or court ordered "No Contact" will result in a terminated visitation and the violation will be reported. (There are no refunds for facility terminated visitations).
- No disturbances or disruptions shall occur.
- There is no loitering permitted in the NORCOR Lobby.
- No smoking or tobacco use is permitted in the NORCOR Lobby.
- There are no pets allowed in the NORCOR Lobby.
- No vandalism shall occur.
- Children must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.
- Children will not be left unattended in the NORCOR lobby.
- Children with disruptive behavior must be removed from the visiting area if such action becomes necessary to avoid disturbing other inmates or visitors.
- Visitors who supply contraband to prisoners are subject to prosecution under ORS 162.185. Supplying contraband is a Class C Felony.
- Visitors must leave the visiting area as soon as the visit is over. If you wish to leave your visit early, you may leave at any time.
- There will be NO Administration Staff available on the weekends, you must use the phone on the right side of the TELMATE Kiosk to assist you with video visitation.
All public visitation is through the TELMATE System with the exception of Program and Attorney Visitation.
- State ID card
- Military ID card
- State driver’s license
You may only take small, hand-carried or pocket items into the visiting area, such as photographs, wallets, coins, or keys if they do not present a security risk, but no cell phones, pencils, matches, lighters, tobacco, sharp objects, food, drinks, pocket knives, or containers. (Containers include briefcases, purses, and fanny packs).
A visitor with a baby may take a limited supply of baby care items on a visit, however he or she may not take baby strollers or carriers.
NORCOR staff may ask you to empty your pockets so they can see the contents. They may also ask you to submit to a frisk search if they have reasonable suspicion you are trying to take contraband into the visiting area. You may refuse to submit to a search, but NORCOR staff will not allow you to visit and may permanently revoke your visiting privileges.
No visitor may take a camera, cigarette lighters, pocket knives, cell phones or other two-way communication devices on a visit.
You may not leave items in the waiting area while you visit. Quarter operated lockers are available in the lobby for you to store your personal belongings. NORCOR is not responsible for items left in lockers.
Any attorney with a valid bar card issued in the U.S. who states that he/she legally represents the inmate will be entitled to visit his/her clients as follows:
Monday through Friday: 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM & 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Evening visits are Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM & Weekends (by appointment only)
Attorney Contact Visiting:
NORCOR has ONE contact room. Contact room use is by appointment only. This room is reserved for attorneys or agencies that require electronic equipment, or multiple personnel to conduct their visit. Please contact Administration Clerk to schedule an appointment.
Clergy must show current clergy identification & drivers license in order to visit.
Visiting days are:
- Mondays & Fridays: 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Anyone can send mail to an inmate with some restrictions.
We will not accept mail from:
- An inmate in NORCOR, another corrections-monitored facility, or treatment center.
- Someone who is acting as a go-between for inmates by taking mail received from one inmate and sending it to another inmate.
- A victim of a crime that the inmate is in custody for. Either in pretrial or sentenced status.
On a case-by-case basis, command staff may impose restrictions on with whom an inmate may correspond on a personal basis.
We only allow inmates to receive mail sent through the U.S. Postal Service.
We do not accept hand delivered mail.
We will not accept mail with postage due.
Clearly write the inmate’s complete name. Do not use nicknames. If you know the inmate’s middle name or initial and file number, please include those.
Send mail to the following address:
Inmate’s name, File number
201 Webber Street
The Dalles, OR 97058
Be sure to put your return name and address on the mail! We will not deliver or hold mail for an inmate if it is missing a return address.
Please hand write your return address rather than using gummed or adhesive labels. We remove such labels from mail before giving it to the inmate. Without a return address the inmate may not be able to write to you because he or she may not know your address.
Do not place any stickers, liquid substances, or non-postal related stamps on the mail or seal it with a “lipstick” kiss.
Do not spray letters with perfume.
- Written correspondence (except junk mail)
- Legal or personal-business documents
- Postcards and greeting cards
- Pictures (Limit of 3 per letter)
Pictures may be photographs (up to 4x6 inches), a printed piece of paper or a photocopy (up to 8½x11 inches). Multiple pictures or pictures mixed with text on a single sheet will count as one picture. Mounted, framed or Polaroid pictures are not allowed. Pictures can not contain contraband or be larger than 9x12 inches. Musical cards are not allowed.
- Pamphlets (Limit of 3 per letter)
Must be eight pages or less. Pamphlets over 8 pages long are considered books.
Books are no longer accepted through administration window for individual inmates. However, they can be donated to the inmate library. You may NOT send books directly to an inmate. Inmates CAN receive paperback books directly from the publisher. Books may be up to 9x12 inches in size and must be paperback. Books may be new or used. Books must not have a plastic or metal binding. All books sent to an inmate shall become property of NORCOR upon the release of the inmate (exception: personal Bibles).
Contraband items. Contraband is anything jail staff do not allow an inmate to have unless they authorize it. It is anything not specifically approved for mailing in the “What may I mail to an inmate?” section above. Commonly mailed contraband items are:
- Books (unless mailed directly from the publisher)
- Transportation schedules, such as bus or train
- Stickers and decals
- Cosmetics, hair care and hygiene items
- Locks of hair and ribbons
- Cigarettes, matches and lighters
- Dried or pressed flowers
- Coupons and lottery tickets
- Compact discs and cassette tapes
- Items that exceed approved limits
- Items from a non-approved source
- Foreign substances, such as bodily fluids, lipstick, perfume, glitter, glue and anything with unusual stains or odors
- Bookmarks, postage stamps, stationery, writing or drawing materials, and paper clips
Items with contraband content, either as words or pictures. Contraband content is anything that may threaten the safety, security, good order of the jail or may be detrimental to an inmate’s rehabilitation. This includes content that:
- Threatens, plans, encourages or instructs in activity that is criminal or violates jail rules
- Could result in physical harm to anyone
- Is gang-related material
- Is sexually explicit material (This is the most common reason for confiscating an item based on content. Be careful what you send!)
- Is inflammatory material (This can include anything that incites or advocates physical violence against others or the supremacy or hatred of a class or group of people.)
- Is code or suspected code (This can include a foreign language if we are unable to find a translator in a reasonable period of time.)
- Is fraudulently marked as legal or official mail
YES. All incoming and outgoing mail is subject to opening and inspection by NORCOR staff.
One of three things will happen if we find contraband in your mail:
- We will confiscate it, place it in the inmate’s property box, and not allow the inmate access to it while lodged at NORCOR.
- We will destroy it, if it presents a health or safety hazard.
- We will confiscate it as evidence in a criminal investigation.
Depending on the degree of contraband violation command staff may restrict any future correspondence you have with an inmate.
***Introduction of contraband into a Corrections Facility is a Class C felony under ORS 162.185 and is punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to $100,000.***
All deposits are made through the TELMATE System. You must first create a login at www.gettingout.com, or at the NORCOR Lobby TELMATE Kiosk.
Once you have created your login, you can make deposits online with a credit card or at the TELMATE Kiosk in the NORCOR Lobby, with Cash or Credit Card
These funds can be deposited for:
- Commissary/Trust - This money can be used to buy snacks, stationary and postage.
- Prepaid/Communication - These funds can be used for inmate outgoing calls, video visitation and sending TELMATE messages.
*Please do not send cash through the mail.*
The Lobby is open for Kiosk use:
Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays 8:00AM- 12:00 PM
You can contact NORCOR command staff by calling (541) 298-1576 during normal business hours (Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM).
No. It is the inmate’s responsibility to contact you to let you know they received something you mailed. Write to the inmate if you want to confirm delivery of an item you sent to him or her.
You can contact NORCOR command staff by calling (541) 298-1576 during normal business hours (Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM) if you have a complaint about inmate mail. Or you may send a letter to:
201 Webber Street
The Dalles OR 97058
Money & Property
All Inmate deposits are made through the TELMATE System. Money can be posted to an inmate's account online at www.gettingout.com or in person at the NORCOR Administration Lobby TELMATE Kiosk during regular business hours Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The Lobby TELMATE Kiosk is available for deposits on weekends & Holdays from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
You can also mail a Money Order to an inmate through the US mail. Make the money order out to the inmate at NORCOR, they can endorse it once received, and it will be deposited to their commissary account.
Please note: For assistance with the TELMATE Kiosk or video visitation on the weekends, you must use the black phone on the right side of the TELMATE Kiosk in the NORCOR Administration Lobby.
Deposits can be made in the form of cash, Visa, Mastercard.
*There is a processing fee for all Telmate Transactions.*
Commissary items and prices are subject to change based on product availability.
|Scan Code||Description||Price||Scan Code||Description||Price|
|20005||Baby Lotion, 4 oz||$1.15||24009||Birthday (English)||$1.35|
|10007||Conditioner, 4 oz||$0.99||24021||Envelope, 9 x 12||$0.25|
|14009||Dove Soap||$1.49||Flex Pen, Red||$0.65|
|12000||Freshmint Toothpaste, 4.6 oz||$1.72||24015||Greeting Card, Blank||$1.35|
|16004||Freshscent Deodorant, 1.6 oz||$1.56||24013||I Love You (English)||$1.35|
|14003||Irish Spring Soap||$1.49||24001||Lined Writing Tablet, 8.5 x 11||$1.85|
|10013||Large Hair Tie||$0.25||24004||Plain #10 Envelope||$0.25|
|10001||Shampoo, 4 oz||$0.99||24007||Stamp, Single||$0.49|
|10002||Shampoo Dandruff, 4 oz||$1.07||24005||Stamped Envelope||$0.62|
|14007||Soap Dish, Plastic||$0.99||24202||Sudoku Puzzle||$2.55|
|12007||Toothbrush Cap||$0.85||24203||Variety Puzzle||$2.55|
|12005||Toothbrush, Medium, LH||$1.25||24200||Word Puzzle||$2.25|
|10029||VO5 Conditioner, 12 oz||$3.15|
|10021||VO5 Shampoo, Normal, 12 oz||$3.15||Beverages|
|32079||Cappucino Single Serve||$0.55|
|Food and Snacks||46004||Carmel Macchiatto Creamer, 0.5 oz||$0.25|
|28107||Cheetos, Flamin Hot||$1.35||32009||Creamer, Single Serve||$0.25|
|28109||Cheetos, Jalapeno Cheddar||$1.35||32103||Diet Pepsi||$1.75|
|28106||Chili Cheese Corn Chips||$1.35||32004||French Vanilla Creamer, 15 oz container||$5.50|
|27024||Chocolate Chip Cookies, 2 oz||$0.99||32021||Fruit Punch Drink Mixes, 6 oz||$1.79|
|45097||Donuts, Variety||$1.75||32007||Instant Coffee, Freeze Dried, 3 oz||$4.35|
|27016||Honey Bun, Iced||$1.50||32003||Instant Coffee, Single Serve||$0.36|
|28026||Hot Sauce Packets||$0.50||32102||Mountain Dew||$1.75|
|28045||Jalapeno Cheese Squeezer, 1 oz||$0.99||32017||Orange Breakfast Drink Mix, 6 oz||$1.79|
|27017||Jumbo Cinnamon Roll||$1.99||32100||Pepsi||$1.75|
|28101||Nacho Tortilla Chips||$1.35||32101||Root Beer||$1.75|
|27011||Peanut Butter Creme Cookies, 16 oz||$1.76||32104||Sierra Mist||$1.75|
|28021||Peanut Butter Sqeuuze, 1 oz||$0.99||32001||Sugar Substitute, Single Serve, 10 ct||$0.56|
|27022||Pop Tarts Strawberry||$1.50|
|28302||Refried Beans w/Jalapeno Chilis, 4 oz||$2.25||Candy|
|28403||Salt Packet||$0.10||26015||Atomic Fireballs, 4 oz||$1.50|
|28001||Salted Peanuts||$0.69||26020||Butterscotch Buttons, 4.5 oz||$1.50|
|28200||Saltine Crackers, Single Sleeve||$1.15||26023||Chick-O-Stick||$0.39|
|28014||Spicy Meat and Cheese Stick||$0.99||26013||Jolly Ranchers, Assorted, 4 oz||$1.50|
|27002||Swiss Roll||$1.35||45080||Kit Kat||$1.35|
|28309||Tortillas, 4 ct||$1.99||26005||M&M Peanut||$1.35|
|Ramen Noodles||26007||Reeses Peanut Butter Cups||$1.35|
|92003||Plastic Bowl w/Lid||$1.25||26014||Root Beer Barrels, 4oz||$1.50|
|45098||Ramen Noodles, Cajun Chicken, 3 oz||$0.75||26028||SF Butterscotch Discs||$2.75|
|34007||Ramen Noodles, Chili, 3 oz||$0.75||26029||SF Fruit Chews||$2.75|
|45099||Ramen Noodles, Picante Beef, 3 oz||$0.75||26001||Snickers||$1.35|
|34009||Ramen Noodles, Picante Chicken, 3 oz||$0.75||26022||Sugar Free Hard Candy, 2 oz||$1.62|
Jail staff will not accept any walk-in requests from a person to have an inmate release money unless it is a validated urgent situation. The requester can expect a substantial waiting period while an approved walk-in money release is being processed. We will not release money to someone that has been in NORCOR within the last year.
PROPERTY RELEASES ARE
The authorized recipient can pick up property at the jail lobby desk during the normal lobby hours of:
TUESDAY & FRIDAY MORNINGS FROM 8:00AM-11:00AM
While lodged at NORCOR, inmates shall not be allowed to release any property to any person unless it exceeds the inmate's property storage box capacity or emergency items necessary for the good of the family. Requests to release inmate property shall be denied unless NORCOR Command Staff determines that the release is necessary to prevent hardship to the inmate's family.
The inmate must sign to approve the property release or it will not occur. The recipient can expect significant delays in getting property released if the release was not pre-arranged with the inmate while the inmate completes the release form. We do not interrupt an inmate’s work duties, classes, or court appearances to have the inmate sign a form. Once release is approved, the physical retrieval of property is subject to staff availability.
A recipient must present official picture identification, such as a driver’s license, to receive the property.
If you have been an inmate at NORCOR in the last 90 days property will not be released to you.
You cannot bring an inmate any property with the exception of approved medical items, court clothes for a jury trial (with the courts approval) or prescription eye glasses. You must be an adult and present official picture identification, such as a driver’s license, to transfer the property.
For medical items, including eyeglasses, the inmate should have already obtained approval for the items from health care staff and a jail supervisor before you bring it in.
The only medication we will accept is current prescription medicine prescribed by a doctor (or other health care provider). The medication must be in factory-sealed, labeled packaging. Inhalers must be new and unused in original packaging. The prescription label must show the name of the inmate, name of the medication, dose and frequency, and prescribing doctor.
We will not accept hair accessories, jewelry, or make up as part of court clothes. Court security policy requires female inmates to wear pants or long dresses or skirts as court clothes.
Special-fit clothing and release clothes need a jail supervisor’s approval before you may bring it in. You may bring in approved release clothing up to 3 days before an inmate’s release date.
Bring the property to the Administration lobby desk during the normal lobby hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Any adult (18 or older) can post security 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for an inmate held in the NORCOR jail. (Bail cannot be posted by another inmate) Security is normally called bail.
You must present official picture identification (such as a driver’s license, state ID card, or passport) and not be under the influence to drugs or alcohol when posting security.
IF YOU ARE THE VICTIM, YOU MAY POST BAIL, HOWEVER; YOU MAY NOT BE PRESENT AT TIME OF RELEASE.
To find out an inmate’s security amount go to the Current Inmates page or call (541) 298-1576. Normally the amount shown is 10% of the security amount. However, for some traffic violation charges, it may be the full security amount. In any case, the amount shown is what must be paid.
For an inmate with multiple criminal charges stemming from a single incident (case number), a person need only pay security for the charge that has the highest security of all the charges. For multiple charges for traffic offenses, like DUII’s, the security must be paid for each charge.
The security needed may change at any time because of changes in the charges, or a court’s actions regarding the security amount.
Money posted for bail should include only the amount of the bail + Telmate fees. These fees are 3.95% of the total bail (minimum of $3.95) if paying in cash or 9.00% of the total bail + $9.95 if paying with a credit card. Please note that bail is posted directly to the inmates bail account.
The inmate may only use these funds to post their own bail, therefore only the inmate is eligible for a refund from the issuing court.
At NORCOR at the Lobby TELMATE Kiosk:
- Credit Card
OR: Online at www.gettingout.com
All other forms of payment will not be accepted.
Inmates can post their own bail in booking using cash or credit cards if they have it in their possession at the time of booking, or in their property box.
To post security/bail after regular business hours or on weekends or holidays go to the Work Release door which is located just west of the Administration Lobby, and push the button for assistance.
Bail can also be posted with a credit card through www.gettingout.com
Bail can be posted with cash or credit card at the TELMATE Kiosk in the administration lobby.
You must present official picture identification (such as a driver’s license, state ID card, or passport) and not be under the influence to drugs or alcohol when posting security.
The jail will release the inmate as soon as possible, however, the operational needs of the jail at that time and whether the inmate needs to check out of his or her housing unit and change back into civilian clothing, may cause delays in the release process.
If you are the victim of the inmate you must leave the area before the inmate leaves the jail.
NORCOR does not handle, control, or refund bail/security once it is posted.
Bail moneys are posted directly to the inmates account. These funds become the property of the inmate and are nonrefundable. It is the discretion of the inmate if they choose to post his/her own bail with these funds.
If the inmate chooses to use the funds to post his/her own bail, it is then forwarded to the courts for processing.
Only the inmate that posted their own bail may be eligible to receive a refund from the issuing court. The court does not refund security until all of the conditions of the release agreement are performed, all court appearances are complete, the defendant is discharged from all obligations in the case, and the case is closed.
The security is subject to forfeiture if the defendant fails to appear in court as scheduled or violates the release agreement.
- The court will retain 15% of the amount deposited as security release costs. In no event will the amount be less than $5.00.
- The Court may order that the security deposit be applied to any fines, costs, assessments, restitution, contribution, recoupment or other monetary obligations that are imposed on the defendant in this or any other case.
- The Court may order that the security deposit be applied towards the defendant’s child support obligations and/or to provide security for future child support and/or to provide security for future child support payments.
- If the defendant fails to comply with the terms of the security release agreement, the Court may order that the security deposit be forfeited to the State of Oregon. The Court may also enter a judgment against you for the entire amount of the security set against the defendant. This is not limited to the amount you post.
- No money will be refunded until the proceedings in this matter are completed and the Court enters an order releasing the funds. If the defendant is found guilty, no money will be returned until after the sentencing. Unless the Court orders otherwise, these funds will only be refunded to the person who made the deposit as shown on the receipt.
- The Court may be required to notify the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Attorney’s Office if more than $10,000.00 is posted by any party.
Contact information for all local courts listed below:
Hood River County
Hood River County Circuit Court
309 State St.
Hood River, Or. 97031
Hood River Municipal Court
211 2nd St.
Hood River, Or. 97031
Gilliam County Circuit Court
221 S. Oregon St.
P.O. Box 622
Condon Or. 97823
Arlington Justice Court
500 W. 1st
St. Arlington, Or. 97812
Condon Justice Court
221 S. Oregon St.
Condon, Or. 97823
Sherman County Circuit Court
500 Court St.
P.O. Box 402
Moro, Or. 97039
Sherman County Justice Court
5th and Court St.
P.O. Box 282
Moro, Or. 97039
Wasco County Circuit Court
511 Washington St.
The Dalles, Or. 97058
The Dalles Municipal Court
313 Court St.
The Dalles, Or. 97058
Wheeler County Circuit Court
701 Adams St.
P.O. Box 345
Fossil, Oregon 97830
Fossil Justice Court
701 Adams St.
P.O. Box 173
Fossil, Or. 97830
Mitchell Justice Court
S. Nelson St.
P.O. Box 142
Mitchell, Or. 97750
To find out an inmate’s release date go to the Current Inmates page or contact the inmate directly. Release dates are subject to change at any time because of the actions of the court or if work or good time credits were granted or revoked.
Turn Yourself In
If you believe your are wanted by the police report to NORCOR in person.
Please do not call, we cannot give out that information over the phone.
During the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday, except for holidays, report to the jail lobby. Tell them you think you have a warrant. Staff will run a records check. If there is a warrant you will be taken into custody.
If you are reporting after-hours, report to the Work Release counter in the lobby of the building directly west of the NORCOR Administration office. Staff will perform the same process and direct you where to go after the warrant is confirmed or what to do if one is not found.
Report on the date and time your sentence order states. Do not be late. Come to the NORCOR Administration counter in the NORCOR main lobby to report for a sentence. Please bring a copy of the court paperwork telling you to report.
After regular business hours please report to the Work Release entrance which is located in the lobby door directly west of the NORCOR Administration building.
When turning yourself in, either for a warrant or to report for a sentence, please bring only those items with you that you need to conduct the business of turning yourself in, or are of a medical necessity. The items you should bring include:
- Driver’s license or other government issued picture identification
- Cash that you might be able to use to post security (bail)
- Prescription medications in their original sealed and labeled packaging
- Reading glasses
- Copy of the sentencing order
Please do not bring jewelry, cell phones, personal data assistants, books and other unnecessary items. If lodged, your clothes are sealed in a plastic box which will wrinkle some clothing and is limited on space.
Avoid wearing clothing items with drawstrings or belts and shoes with shoelaces. Officers will remove them from the items for safety reasons at intake.
Inmate telephones are provided at NORCOR and are located in all inmate housing areas.
The inmate’s telephones are turned on from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM each day.
THE PHONES ARE OFF ON WEDNESDAYS UNTIL APPROXIMATELY 6:00 PM.
If an inmate has a behavioral problem or there is a safety and security problem at NORCOR the telephones may be turned off. Use of the telephones by the inmates at NORCOR is a privilege.
All inmate telephone calls are collect calls through the TELMATE System. The inmate telephone system can not receive incoming calls.
You can leave a message for the inmate through the TELMATE System by calling (866) 516-0115.
Verified emergency messages will be delivered to the inmate by NORCOR Command Staff.
If you call in a false emergency message, the inmate you wish to contact may loose his/her telephone privileges.
NORCOR reserves the authority to monitor and record conversations on the inmate telephone system. Law enforcement may use the recording for criminal investigations.
If the telephone is used to talk with legal counsel it will not be recorded or monitored.
Telephone numbers of the public may be blocked by NORCOR Command Staff, or upon the request of a citizen to prevent inmates calling their telephone number from the inmate telephone system at NORCOR. A citizen’s request for a telephone block may be provided orally or in written form. However, the citizen filing the request must provide NORCOR with his/her driver’s license number or state ID card number, their full name, date of birth, requester’s telephone numbers to be blocked, and the purpose for the telephone block.
The original requester may ask to remove the block. The request may be in written form or may be in person. The requestor must provide his/her driver’s license or state ID card number and the purpose for the removal of the telephone block.
Victims of a crime by an inmate held at NORCOR can not remove a telephone block without proper paperwork provided to NORCOR by the Court or District Attorney’s office.
modified: 04/27/2017 10:28 pm