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.
Welcome to the Mississippi Sex Offender Registry web site, which lists registered sex offenders in Mississippi. Also, you may use the map application to search your neighborhood or anywhere throughout the state to determine the specific locations of registrants. Individuals included within the registry are included solely by virtue of their conviction record and state law.
Street Address. Postal Code. Range in Miles within 1 mile within 2 miles within 3 miles within 4 miles within 5 miles within 10 miles.
Registration takes approximately 30 minutes. At this time, you will be fingerprinted and photographed. Please note, wait times may vary depending on the volume of requests for Records Unit Services.
Registered sex offenders in Ohio are required by law to register their home address, work address, and vehicle information with their local sheriff's office to be publicly accessible through the eSORN database. Each of Ohio's 88 county sheriff offices input the information into the system. Supplemental information, such as phone numbers, email addresses, screen names, and handles are also required, but are not public.
Informational Only. The California Department of Justice has not considered or assessed the specific risk that any convicted sex offender displayed on this website will commit another offense or the nature of any future crimes that may be committed. Legal Limits on Disclosures.
Conditions of Use: While this Website is designed to provide public access to pertinent information, there are certain safeguards that apply. The following warning is provided to help ensure that this information is not used for any other purpose than what it was intended. The information on the website should not be used to unlawfully injure, harass or commit a crime against any person named in the registry or residing or working at any reported address.
The violent offender law requiring registration and a registry of violent offenders is unconstitutionally retroactive under the Indiana Constitution as applied to violent offenders who committed their offenses in Indiana before the date the law went into effect, July 1,except insofar as the persons are required to register as a current condition of probation or parole. If you have been classified as violent offender as a result of committing the offense in Indiana prior to July 1,and you are not currently required to register as a condition of probation or parole, the Indiana Department of Correction has been ordered to remove your name and all information concerning you from the sex and violent offender registry, unless you are convicted of other offenses that allow you to be currently classified as a sex or violent offender. This will be done automatically unless the Department of Correction cannot determine when the person committed the offense or whether he or she is required to register as a condition of probation or parole.
You may also register for the Community Notification system so that you can be notified by email when a registered sex offender moves into the specified radius of the address submitted. The Act applies to any person residing, working, or attending school within the state who has been convicted or received any probationary term for a sex crime in the state after November 1,or has entered the state after November 1,having previously been convicted or received any probationary term for a sex crime. State law designates certain sex offenders as habitual two or more sex crime convictions or aggravated convicted of the most serious kinds of sex offensesand based on federal law all sex offenders are assigned to one of three levels. The Act describes Level 1 offenders as those who pose a low danger to the community and not likely engage in criminal sexual conduct; Level 2 offenders pose a moderate danger to the community and may continue to engage in criminal sexual conduct; and Level 3 offenders pose a serious danger to the community and will continue to engage in criminal sexual conduct.