How to Identify. In other words, you have to know who you're searching for. Comments Add Comment. Safety and Education. Read more about Dru …. Only states that provide this information can be searched. Among these may be researching sex offenders in your neighborhood, especially come October when your child will be knocking on countless doors in the neighborhood.
For instance, in California, it's the Megan's Law sitenamed for a federal law, and informal name for subsequent state laws, requiring law enforcement authorities to make information available to the public regarding registered sex offenders.
If you are unsure of who to contact, the Child Welfare Information Gateway has a list of contacts. In other words, you have to know who you're searching for. Thanks for adding your feedback.
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Each of these options is dependent upon the jurisdiction in question providing the information in its own publicly accessible database. Every state maintains its own registry, notes Arsenault. Safety and Education. The jurisdiction of has been offline for. You can attempt to search on the jurisdiction's website by clicking the Continue button below.