Oregon Revised Statute ORS 137.225 allows some types of records to be erased from a person’s Computerized Criminal History (CCH). You are encouraged to read this statute to help you decide if you qualify to have an item taken off your record. A link to the Oregon Revised Statutes is available on the District Attorney home page. Forms and general instructions are below. Please note that arrests and/or convictions for traffic offenses are not able to be set aside, even if no charge was ever filed against you, the charges were dismissed, or you were acquitted of the charge.
|SET ASIDE ARREST INSTRUCTIONS.PDF(19.7KB)
Instructions on how to apply to set aside an arrest.
|SET ASIDE ARREST FORMS.PDF(16.9KB)
Forms for applying to set aside an arrest record.
|SETTING ASIDE CONVICTION INSTRUCTIONS.PDF(22.9KB)
Instructions on how to apply to set aside a conviction.
|SETTING ASIDE CONVICTION FORMS.PDF(16.8KB)
Forms for applying to set aside a conviction.
|ORS 137.225 SETTING ASIDE STATUTE.PDF(308.6KB)
2013 Oregon Revised Statute regarding setting aside and arrest and/or conviction.
|ORS 801.555 TRAFFIC OFFENSE DEFINITION.PDF(47.5KB)
Oregon Revised Statute defining what constitutes a traffic offense. Convictions for traffic offenses are currently not eligible to be set aside.