If the registered person is not home and someone else answers the door, troopers will leave their business cards and ask for the person to call them immediately.
The troopers can choose to visit the registered person’s job, but they have to be in full uniform and arrive in their patrol car for everyone to see.
It is possible that information displayed here does not reflect current residence or other information.
Any registered person who ignores the troopers’ request and does not immediately get in contact with them will face serious consequences for violating this provision of the statute.
After 15 years, registered people who have not been convicted of a sexually violent offense, murder, or more than two offenses for which registration is required, can ask to have their names removed from the registry.
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and its owners accept no responsibility or liability for damages of any kind resulting from reliance on this information or lack thereof.
The information that is displayed on this site derives from official public records.Since the registry began, individuals required to register have complained of being harassed by their neighbors.It has also been reported in the media that residents who occupied the former home of a registered person have been targeted by neighbors who, looking at an outdated registry, did not realize that the registered person moved away.Information displayed on this site provides no representation as to any offender's possibility of future crimes.Persons who use information contained on this website to threaten, intimidate, or harass any individual, including registrants or family members may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability under state of federal law.ALABAMA 353-1172 [email protected] [email protected] 255-0611https:// p=106:1:(405) [email protected] OREGON 378-3720Sexoffender. [email protected] PENNSYLVANIA 771-3170NO E-MAIL RHODE ISLAND [email protected] SOUTH CAROLINA Of Use.