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Also, if they are a juvenile it will change the amount of time they have to register.

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The nature of the notification varies significantly from state to state, and even sometimes from community to community within a state. We may not have a full address for the offender or our geocoder does not recognize the address. So if you live on a new street or addition, they might not have you on their maps- Which means we will not either.You can check with your county sheriff for the law in your area, and they can make sure that the offenders are within their legal right to live there. We determine the offender's address on the map using census data.We find that at times an address can be 100 meters or more off which would be about 1 city block off as drawn on a map.Some of the official data is gathered from the offenders themselves who are required by law to report their current address to law enforcement officials.Information contained on this site provides no representation as to any offender's likelihood of re-offending or the nature of any future crimes they may commit.If you see that you are being charged, check your bill and make sure its not from Family Watchdog. You can log into your account using your username and password. This offender may not have reported that they moved. Please contact that registry to update the information.

COM Family watchdog has been in production since August 25, 2005. From there you can modify your address by clicking the little pencil icon. You will need to contact the state registry that maintains this offender's information. If you need any assistance contacting the state's registry email our customer service and they can help.

offences against children: red- offender home dark red- offender other rapes: yellow- offender home gold- offender other sexual battery: blue- offender home dark blue- offender other other offenses: green- offender home dark green- offender other Laws regarding where a sex offender can live vary by state.

Many states require that a sex offender live at least 500-1000 feet from a school. Some say that the offender can only be at a school if dropping off his/her own child. If an offender moves and does not report to the county sheriff in which they reside, we will not know that they have moved. If a sexual offender moves and does not report their address change, we will not know that they have moved.

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