Please read the following information before proceeding to view information about offenders under supervision by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. This data is being provided on the Internet to make the information more easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individual. Additional information about ways to reinforce personal protection is available in our on-line publications and on the Department of Corrections Victim Web Site. If a person has not been convicted of a qualifying offense, or if information has not been submitted about that person, information about that person may not be included in the registry. The information contained in the registry will not reflect the entire criminal history of a particular individual. DOC has not considered or assessed the specific risk of re-offense with regard to any registrant prior to the registrant's inclusion within this registry.
Tampa Bay law enforcement putting sex offenders on notice for Halloween
Law enforcement watching areas with registered sex offenders
Users may only access this site with an assigned User ID. No person is permitted to use this site using another person's User ID and Password. Department of Justice to facilitate the sharing of information when a registered sex offender relocates from one state, territory, or tribe to another. Registration jurisdictions can leverage the Portal to collaborate with one another in order to improve their sex offender management process. Texas participates in the SORNA Exchange Portal by creating or responding to Relocation Tasks on registrants who make interstate moves, which can be accessed via this page and the following links. Once a Task is assigned, there is an expectation to respond to the Task. Responding to Tasks ensures that sex offender registration compliance is achieved and the sending state is notified that the person did or did not appear for registration in Texas.
Law enforcement warns parents of sex offenders ahead of Trick-or-Treating
Read more about Chapter A. DPS has a history of dedication and service to the citizens of Iowa and those who visit our state. Since it was first established in , DPS has been the chief law enforcement agency in the State of Iowa. DCI was created in to provide investigative support and expertise to law enforcement agencies across the state. Department of Justice.
Public Chapter Amended T. Any offender who is currently on the registry and is convicted of a subsequent sexual offense, violent sexual offense, or violent juvenile sexual offense can be charged with a registry violation. The Public Chapter also prohibits sexual offenders or violent sexual offenders from residing, conducting an overnight visit, or being alone with a minor if the offender has been convicted of a sexual offense or violent sexual offense in which the victim was under twelve years of age. Public Chapter Created a new offense.