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The Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW) is an unprecedented public safety resource that provides the public with access to sex offender data nationwide. NSOPW is a partnership between the U.S. Department of Justice and state, territorial and tribal governments, working together for the safety of adults and children.
The Texas Sex Offender Registration Program (Chapter 62 of the Code of Criminal Procedure) is a sex offender registration and public notification law designed to protect the public from sex offenders. This law requires adult and juvenile sex offenders to register with the local law enforcement authority of the city they reside in or, if the sex offender does not reside in a city, with the local law enforcement authority of the county they reside in. Registration involves the sex offender providing the local law enforcement authority with information that includes, but is not limited to, the sex offender's name and address, a color photograph, and the offense the offender was convicted of or adjudicated for. Registered sex offenders are required to periodically report to the local law enforcement authority to verify the accuracy of the registration information and to promptly report certain changes in the information as those changes occur. A sex offender who fails to comply with any registration requirement is subject to felony prosecution.
Welcome to the Arizona Sex Offender Information page. This page provides information to the public concerning the location of sex offenders in Arizona. This page is NOT intended to supersede the community notification, but rather, it allows the criminal justice community to promote public awareness concerning the potential threat that sex offenders pose to Arizona citizens. An informed public is a safer public!
Realizing that it is impossible to notify every citizen about a sex offender's presence in their community, this site will empower you to obtain information and take the appropriate precautions. Supplying the public with information regarding convicted sex offenders is a critical step towards encouraging the public to protect themselves from potential future acts.
In accordance with Arizona Revised Statute (A.R.S.) 13-3825, once the appropriate community notification level is established, the local law enforcement agency is required to complete a community notification. Law enforcement has complete discretion regarding community notification for Level 1 offenders; however, state law requires mandatory community notification on all offenders assessed as a Level 2 or Level 3, and those offenders who meet the requirements outlined in A.R.S. 13-3827. This includes notification to the "surrounding neighborhood, area schools, appropriate community groups, and prospective employers. The notification shall include a flyer with a photograph and exact address of the offender as well as a summary of the offender's status and criminal background. A press release and a level two or three flyers shall be given to the local electronic and print media to enable information to be placed in a local publication."
Successful community notification is dependent upon three factors: communication, education, and a zero-tolerance approach to harassment or vigilantism. Often the public does not understand how or why a sex offender is moving into their neighborhood. As such, it is the responsibility of all appropriate criminal justice agencies to engage in a collaborative effort to provide accurate and meaningful information to the public. To facilitate this exchange of information, many law enforcement agencies conduct public meetings and attend "Block Watch" meetings to answer questions and relieve fears. Finally, a zero-tolerance approach regarding harassment and vigilantism reinforces the true meaning of community notification: to empower the public with knowledge that can be used to protect themselves and their families from becoming victims.
The Sex Offender Registry (SOR) is the database that contains the sex offender registration records (both public and non-public offender information) that is available only for law enforcement purposes.
The Sex Offender Registration Act requires the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) to maintain a Sex Offender Registry. Sex offenders are classified according to their risk of re-offending: low-risk (Level 1), moderate risk (Level 2) and high-risk (Level 3). The Act requires that DCJS also maintain a public Subdirectory on the internet which only includes Level 2 and 3 offenders. You are now on the public Subdirectory website.
This registry is made available through the Internet with the intent to better assist the public in preventing and protecting against the commission of future criminal sexual acts by convicted sex offenders.
The Sex Offenders Registration Act, MCL 28.721et seq., directs the Michigan State Police (MSP) to develop and maintain a public registry and provides guidelines on the type of offender information available to the public. The offense link available on the offender details page reflects the current statute and due to continuous legislative changes, may not be indicative of the statute at the time the offender was convicted.
The information contained on the Public Sex Offender Registry (PSOR) can change quickly. The MSP frequently updates the registry in a continuous effort to provide complete and accurate information. While much of the information is obtained from public records, some information, such as physical description and residence, is gathered from the offenders themselves who may fail to provide accurate information. Therefore, the MSP makes no representation, express or implied, that the information contained on the PSOR is accurate. Any individual who believes information contained on the PSOR is not accurate should contact the local law enforcement agency, sheriff's office, or the nearest state police post having jurisdiction over the offender's residence.
Information provided through the PSOR is public information. However, it is your responsibility to make sure the records accessed through the registry pertain to the person about whom you are seeking information. Extreme care should be exercised in using any information obtained from this web site. Information on this site must not be used to unlawfully injure, harass, or commit a crime against any individual named in the registry or residing or working at any reported address. Any such action could result in civil or criminal penalties. The MSP is not responsible for any errors or omissions produced by secondary dissemination of this information.
This Website is provided as a public service by the Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Louisiana State Police, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information, State Sex Offender and Child Predator Registry (the Registry). Using this Website, the public has access to public information regarding the reported physical whereabouts or location of convicted sex offenders, sexually violent predators, and child predators. Information provided in this Website is intended to increase public awareness about the presence of sex offenders in local communities, and thus, heighten public safety.
Information from the state Website is hosted by the Registry, and the Registry has neither sole responsibility for nor sole control over the information made available for public inspection or search. While it is the Registry that maintains the Website, the Registry strictly relies on the Department of Corrections, the court, and/or other state and local law enforcement agencies to transmit the registration information on sex offenders to the Registry. Although the Registry makes diligent efforts to timely update information on the Website, the information contained herein is compiled from submissions from those agencies required by law to submit information to the bureau on sex offenders, and hence, is only as timely as it is submitted. Therefore, the Registry does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information contained in this Website regarding specific offenders or with respect to the omission of information about other offenders who may be residing, working, or attending school in the vicinity of any location that is the subject of any search using this Website. In this regard, the Department accepts no responsibility or liability for damages of any kind resulting from reliance on this information or lack thereof.
The Sex Offender Registry was created in response to the Illinois Legislature's determination to facilitate access to publicly available information about persons convicted of sex offenses. ISP has not considered or assessed the specific risk of re-offense with regard to any individual prior to his or her inclusion on this Registry and has made no determination that any individual included in the Registry is currently dangerous. Individuals included on the Registry are included solely by virtue of their conviction record and Illinois state law. The primary purpose of providing this information is to make the information easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individuals.
IMPORTANT REMINDERS The information on the Registry refers only to sex offenses and/or certain crimes and may not reflect the entire criminal history of a particular individual. A complete public record of Illinois criminal history can be obtained from the Illinois State Police Bureau of Identification.
The information contained on this site does not imply listed individuals will commit a specific type of crime in the future, nor does it imply that if a future crime is committed by a listed individual what the nature of that crime may be. ISP makes no representation as to any offender's likelihood of re-offending.
Information compiled on this Registry may not be used to harass or threaten sex offenders or their families. Harassment, stalking or threats may violate Illinois criminal law.