Sex offender registry official website
As the information is provided by other agencies and entities and is continuously changing, the GBI makes no promise or any express or implied guarantee concerning the accuracy of this information. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation makes every effort to ensure that the information contained in the Georgia Sex Offender Registry is accurate.Neither the Department of Justice nor the State of California shall be held responsible for any errors or omissions on this website or produced by secondary dissemination of this information. Extreme care must be taken in the use of information because mistaken identification may occur when relying solely upon name, age and address to identify individuals. If you believe that any information on this site is in error, please contact a police or sheriff's department, or contact the Department of Justice by e-mail at Megans [email protected] The information on this website is made available solely to protect the public.Anyone who uses this information to commit a crime or to harass an offender or his or her family is subject to criminal prosecution and civil liability.Registration does include individuals that have received a deferred sentence or deferred judgments and can include convictions from other jurisdictions such as other states and/or federal convictions.
DPS Home The Division of Criminal Investigation, (DCI) was created in 1921 to provide investigative support and expertise to law enforcement agencies across the state. The NSOPR site is a cooperative effort between Jurisdictions hosting public sex offender registries ("Jurisdictions") and the federal government.We register and classify convicted sex offenders according to their risk of re-offense and the degree of danger they pose.We serve the public by maintaining a website of level 3 sex offenders, and those Level 2 sex offenders classified after July 12, 2013.Jetseta Marrie Gage was a Cedar Rapids, Iowa, child who was kidnapped, raped and murdered by a registered sex offender in 2005.Jetseta's case prompted awareness and changes in sentencing and sex offender registration laws for those who commit child sex crimes in Iowa.