Sex offenders online
Read and acknowledge the disclaimer at the bottom of page. The Virginia State Police has not considered or assessed the specific risk that any sex offender displayed on this web site will commit another offense or the nature of any future crimes that may be committed. Only information on registered sex offenders allowed to be disclosed under Virginia law appears on this web site.Virginia law does not allow offenses other than the crimes for which the convicted sex offender is required to register to be disclosed here. Information pertaining to schools, parks and street map data is obtained with permission of and through a license agreement with Service Objects.The purpose of this information is to allow members of the public a means to protect themselves from individuals who have committed an offense that requires registration on the Sex Offender Registry.If you see information on our website that is wrong about an offender, please notify the sheriff of the county where the offender lives.You can also see how many offenders are in your community.
The information on this website is provided from the Iowa Sex Offender Registry to the public pursuant to Iowa Code chapter 692A.As part of the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act the United States Congress passed the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offenders Registration Act, which bears the name of an 11-year old Minnesota boy who was abducted, assaulted and murdered near his family home.The Act set forth guidelines for states to establish sex offender registry programs.You can search for a specific offender by searching their town or personal information.You can also search for offenders who are in violation of their registry.
Since it was first established in 1939, DPS has been the chief law enforcement agency in the State of Iowa.