OAR 257-015-0010


The Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS) was established by act of the 1969 Oregon Legislature (ORS 181.710) which authorized the state Executive Department to develop and operate a police information network. In 1973, the term “Police Information Network” was amended to read “Law Enforcement Data System.” Senate Bill 1044 in the 1993 legislative session transferred LEDS to the Department of Oregon State Police (ORS 181A.280 (Law Enforcement Data System established)).


The Law Enforcement Data System is a program organized within the Intergovernmental Services Bureau of the Department of Oregon State Police. It provides a criminal justice telecommunications and information system for the State of Oregon, and is the control point for access to similar programs operated by other states and the Federal Government.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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