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Specific sex offender information can be found on a Jurisdiction’s Web site.
See the NSOPW list of Jurisdictions to find the appropriate contact information.
For states to be included in the Address Radius Search, they must have the latitude and longitude for all their registered offenders’ addresses and be able to respond to address-based search requests from NSOPW.
The states that are included in the Address Radius Search are the only ones currently providing this functionality to NSOPW.
For information on monitoring, tracking, and registration, visit the SMART Office home page.
Also, because information is hosted by each Jurisdiction and not by the federal government, search results should be verified by the user in the Jurisdiction where the information is posted.
The sex offender registration information that you see on NSOPW is retrieved from the individual Jurisdiction(s) where a sex offender is registered.
To add any registration information, please contact the appropriate Jurisdiction registration officials.
If you think that a person should be registered as a sex offender and you cannot find him or her on our Website, you should contact the registry officials in the Jurisdiction where that person lives, works, or goes to school.
The 50 states, the District of Columbia, the five principal U. territories, and federally recognized Indian tribes that elect to function as registration Jurisdictions are all defined as “Jurisdictions” under the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA).
Some, but not all, Jurisdictions require sex offender registration information to remain on their public registry Website even after they have died.