The advanced search page allows you to get much more specific as to the offenders that you’re looking for. As with the basic search, you must specify either a state or a ZIP code; all other fields are optional. Remember, different states provide different information about the offenders under their jurisdiction. This means that it is possible to over-specify your search and get zero results because you’re searching on a parameter which is not supplied by the state you’re searching in. For example, not every state provides a ‘risk level’ assessment; if the state you’re searching in does not, but you’ve asked to see all high-risk offenders, your search will return no results.
Important Note: If you choose to view your search results in image gallery or map view, offenders that do not have a photo available or a definitive street address will not be included in your results. In some cases this can drastically reduce your search results, so feel free to experiment.
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The profiles found on this website are legally obtained PUBLIC RECORDS. As a private database we have archived the information released by a wide range of Government Agencies – over 200 resources are utilized to gather our data. We have the legal right to disseminate this information, and our position has been validated by a number of US Supreme Court Rulings. Furthermore, all 50 States have a version of the Freedom of the Information Act (FOIA) as well as Public Records Acts. and many other Federal and State laws that allow Sex Offender records to remain public even if a Sex Offender is no longer required to register with the current State’s Registry, a record has been expunged or sealed, offense or threat level has been changed/lowered or even if an individual is deceased.