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NOW INCLUDES:
•Alabama
•Alaska
•California
•District of Columbia
•Florida
•Georgia
•Indiana
•Missouri
•North Carolina
•Texas
Use this website at your own risk. There is no warranty.

This is a privately run website displaying public information. This ain’t your decennial census or your annual telephone directory. Registration data changes quickly and this website cannot keep up. We offer some links where you might find more current information. Much of their data, however, is locked behind search boxes where the search engines do not reach. This website is on static HTML pages the search engines crawl, and more persons, who never would have searched a sex offender registry site, will stumble upon important discoveries.
If your favourite jurisdiction isn’t included, it may be that their registry is run by stupid, useless, incompetent idiots who insist on locking the database behind a search box, available only through hunt-and-peck. Then again, the Iowa database is restricted by State law. Go figure!

California registrants: It is illegal for you to access the SEARCH function of the California sex offender registry website (Penal Code § 290.46, subd. (k)).

(k) Any person who is required to register pursuant to Section 290 who enters an Internet Web site established pursuant to this section shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), imprisonment in a county jail for a period not to exceed six months, or by both that fine and imprisonment.

Ask your lawyer if that also applies to searching the same information on http://www.nsopw.gov and if so, then ask whether California law applies to you when you are outside the State, visiting the federal website. Don’t forget what I call the bomb threat principle: If you call in a bomb threat, you committed the crime where the threat was received, regardless of where you were. That is the place where the persons got scared, the building got evacuated, and that government asserts authority to punish the crime. Well, they stretch that principle, especially in money laundering, to prosecute Mexican bankers, because the money got laundered into a bank in the United States; and they also apply the principle to a lot of internet uses, such as accessing a California state web server from out of state. But what about a federal website? Ask your lawyer. The data on this site is like, way out of date because they make if hard for me to download it.

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