Traveling Outside of Oregon
You need the written permission of your Probation and Parole Officer to travel outside of Oregon. Failure to obtain permission, prior to leaving the state, is a violation of your supervision conditions and could result in a sanction. It is important to plan ahead and request a travel permit several days ahead of when you actually need it. You don’t want to find yourself needing a permit for an important trip, only to find out that your supervising officer is unavailable or that the office is closed for a holiday.
If you would like to request a Travel Permit, please select the link below. Responses will be sent within two (2) business days, to the e-mail address listed on the request. Travel permits for vacation purpose require that you be in full compliance before the permit will be approved.