Victim Services

Information for victims and those that were contacted by the Washington County Jail “Vine” system that the inmate was transferred to the Washington County Community Corrections Center.

  • New residents at the WCCCC have a minimum “black out” period of 7 to 14 days in which they will not be leaving the WCCCC unless otherwise approved by a counselor or Supervisor for prearranged court/medical appointments or verified employment.
     
  • During this time all new residents will be staffed in by a Residential Counselor at the center.
     
  • No contact directives are in place and include: no phone, no physical or non-physical visits, as well as no third person contact between the residents and their no contacts.
     
  • Counselors may contact victims to provide correct phone and address updates as well as answer any concerns victims/no contacts may have about residents' transfers.
     
  • If you are the victim of a resident residing at WCCCC who attempts or does contact you, please contact the WCCCC (503) 846-4300 and notify staff. If you are in immediate danger contact 911. For non-emergency situations you may report violations of restraining orders and no-contacts in Washington County at (503) 629-0111. For further information about restraining orders please use contacts below.

Visit: Center for Victim Services

Restraining Order Assistance
ComCor-Victims' Svcs;

180 E. Main St #200
(503) 640-5352 

Restraining Order Recording
Courts-File Room; Rm 110J, JSB
(503) 846-8888 
Restraining Orders Requests
Courts-Family Law; Rm 430J, JSB
(503) 846-8888 

Asistercia para orderner inhibitorias ComCor-Victims' Svcs;

180 E. Main St #200
(503) 640-5352 

 

Órdenes inhibitorias, registros de
Courts-File Room; Rm 110J, JSB
(503) 846-8888

Órdenes inhibitorias, solicitudes de Courts-Family Law; Rm 430J, JSB 
(503) 846-8888