Sexual Predators: Who’s Who?

Parents, Educators and Child Care Workers

Do you know how many registered sex offenders
 are living in your neighborhood?

Read below to learn how to find Registered Sex Predators nearby

Find out who's living in your neighborhood — Parents, employers, volunteer sites, educators: Be sure. Be safer. The answers are only a click away.

Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW), coordinated by the U.S. Department of Justice, is a cooperative effort between Jurisdictions hosting public sex offender registries (“Jurisdictions”) and the federal government. These Jurisdictions include the 50 states, Puerto Rico, Guam, the District of Columbia, and participating tribes. This Website is a search tool allowing a user to submit a single national query to obtain information about sex offenders through a number of search options.

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FBI State by State Registry

Disclaimer: The information linked here is intended for community safety purposes only and should not be used to threaten, intimidate, or harass. Misuse of this information may result in criminal prosecution.


Once you know who's who in your neighborhood…

  1. Be prepared and Tell Your Children It is Okay to Say NO! – A Parent's First Line of Defense

    It is important that you have real peace of mind that your kids are prepared – just in case!! Visit Yello Dyno for the best, highest quality, fully endorsed child safety programs and products for home and school. Your child will be safer with this age-appropriate knowledge without scaring them. You can also take a proactive leadership role by organizing a multi-media safety presentation for parents in your neighborhood, family, business and social circle. In these presentations you will learn, laugh, and wonder why it took so long for someone to provide these simple and powerful tools for educating adults and teaching children how to protect themselves from those who mean them harm. For information: Parent and Community Workshops

  2. Download the Knowing Who's Who in Your Neighborhood and Not With My Child You Don't public service display flyers, make copies and post in a high-traffic areas or include these public service display ads in your next Block Watch/Neighborhood newsletter or other publications. Then inform others how to know the whereabouts of registered sexual predators living nearby.
  3. Remember: Whatever you do, wherever you go, be on THE LOOKOUT for registered sex offenders in your neighborhood and DON'T TURN A BLIND EYE!

Help us get the message out! —

Listen for the Not With My Child! — You Don't! Public Service Announcements (PSA) radio spots on your local stations and tell your neighbors or other parents to visit our website. If you have a contact with a local radio broadcaster in your area, and would like to have this PSA aired on their station, please contact us for further information or put the PSA's on your website.. 

Listen to the PSA Spots Here

Download these 2 PSAs and this free player for use on your website
.xml track list, .mp3 files, & player is included in the zip file (2.78mb)

Installation instructions and other variations of this free player are available at Premiumbeat

 


Get to Know Who's Who In Your Neighborhood

Parents, Educators and Child Care Workers
Do you know how many registered sex offenders
are living in your neighborhood?

Learn how to find Registered Sex Predators nearby


 

IMPORTANT LINKS:
US/European Leaders Unite to Protect Children From Predators
National Registration Act 2004
FBI – State by State Registered Sex Offenders
Department of Justice National Sex Offender Public Registry

Congress Passes Bill to Stop Early Release of Hard-Core Criminals
Bureau of Justice Statistics  — Sex Offenses and Offenders

CHILD SAFETY AND ABUSE REPORTING SITES:
A Parents Guide to Internet Safety
When Your Child is Missing: A Family Survival Guide
Treatment and Prevention of Child Abuse
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
Safety Products/Child Abuse Prevention/Safe Kids from Yello Dyno