Sex Offender Resource Page
Page Updated on: Jan 24, 2022 at 18:53pm
National Sex Offender Information
- National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW) (U.S. Department of Justice), 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530-0001
State Of Massachusetts Sex Offender Information
Massachusetts Our database shows there are 5,179 registered sex offenders in Massachusetts. View the photos, address, physical description and more details of each
Main office Call Sex Offender Registry Board, Main office at (978) 740-6400 Open M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The Details of Request sex offender registry information (SORI)
Jul 19, 2018 · How to Inquire about Level 2 and 3 Offenders. Members of the UMass Amherst community may request information about sex offenders at the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board by following the link below. This …
The Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry is managed by the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board. Click above to be directed to the Massachusetts Registry so you can search for sex offenders and more. Click here to see agencies in Massachusetts that use OffenderWatch. Over 60% of U.S. Sex Offenders are Managed with OffenderWatch.
This page provides a list of sex offenses under Massachusetts General Law. An official website of the … Main office Call Sex Offender Registry Board, Main office at (978) 740-6400. Open M-F
Sex Offender Information For Other New England States
To view Maine registered sex offenders visit the State of Maine Sex Offender Registry: http://www.informe.org/sor/ Information contained in this section is designed to enhance public safety and awareness. However, no laws can guarantee the protection of our children.
- 3.8 REGISTRATION UPON TAKING UP RESIDENCE OR VISITING VERMONT — OUT OF STATE CONVICTIONS a. Any sex offender who intends to visit Vermont for 10 consecutive days or 30 days in a calendar year must register with the VCIC within 10 days of arrival. The registrant will complete a Notification of Requirement to Register form and a Sex Offender Registry Registration form. Both forms must be signed and returned to the VCIC. These forms may be obtained from the VCIC either in person, through the mail, or on the Department’s web site. b. The VCIC will verify the information on the Registration form by conducting a criminal
background check on the registrant. The VCIC will contact by telephone the registry in the state from which the registrant has come to verify the registrant’s information. After verifying the registration information, the VCIC will create a record in the Registry. If the registrant has a criminal history at the VCIC, the registrant’s Vermont criminal history will be flagged with a notation which denotes that the defendant is registered with the Registry. If the registrant has no criminal history at the VCIC, a record will be created and flagged with a notation which denotes that the defendant is registered with the Registry. c. Out of state registrants will be referred by the VCIC to DOC for a risk assessment. The assessment will occur within 10 days of the referral and the result will be returned to the VCIC by DOC in writing within 24 hours of the assessment.