The registry is not a complete and comprehensive listing of every person who has ever committed any sex offense in New Jersey, nor does it make information about every sex offender living in New Jersey available on the Internet.
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In accordance with New Jersey law, individuals who have been convicted, adjudicated delinquent or found not guilty by reason of insanity for a sex offense must register under New Jersey's Megan's Law. The specific offenses for which registration is required can be found in New Jersey Code at 2C Individual registrants are then assessed to determine whether they pose a relatively low, moderate or high risk of re-offense, based on application of elements such as the characteristics of the sex offense or offenses they committed, their offense history and other criteria such as response to treatment and community support.
Are there sex offenders in your neighborhood? Keep a watchful eye on the person and report anything suspicious to the police, but remember the offender could have changed their ways. You can click on any of the pins which will pull up the subjects picture, DOB and home address information. Registration is required for anyone who has been convicted of any offense specified in the laws of another state, the United States or any territory of the United States, or any foreign government, which is the same as, or equivalent to, any offense which is considered registerable in Delaware. The website also offers more in-depth neighborhood crime data, however, you may need to subscribe to the website for access.
Under New Jersey law, before community notification takes place, offenders receive a final classification order from the court following the opportunity for a hearing. This sex offender Internet registry includes information pertaining to sex offenders determined to pose a relatively high risk of re-offense tier 3 offenders and, with certain exceptions, information about sex offenders found to pose a moderate risk of re-offense tier 2 offenders.
The Internet registry excludes any information about offenders determined to present a low risk of re-offense tier 1 offenders. The information about moderate and high risk sex offenders which is authorized for disclosure in this web site includes: the offender's name and address, any aliases used by the offender; any Megan's Law sex offenses committed by the offender, including a brief description and the date and location of disposition of any such offense; a general description of the offender's modus operandi, if any; the determination of whether the risk of re-offense by the offender is moderate or high; the offender's age, race, sex, date of birth, height, weight, hair, eye color and any distinguishing scars or tattoos; a photograph of the offender and the date on which the photograph was entered into the registry; and the make, model, color, year and license plate number of any vehicle operated by the offender.
The Internet registry is continually updated with information about additional registrants added as court orders are issued authorizing Internet disclosure about those individuals. Although the individuals listed on the sex offender Internet registry are initially identified through fingerprinting and photograph submission to the Division of State Police, it should be understood that positive identification of any individual whose registration record has been made available on the Internet registry can be verified only through the review of a properly executed fingerprint card.
By placing this information on the Internet, no representation is being made that the listed individual will commit any specific crime in the future, nor is any representation being made that if the individual commits an offense, that one of the listed offenses will be the offense committed. Your tip may be provided to the appropriate law enforcement agency for follow-up investigation.
This will ensure that this site contains accurate information. Any person who provides false information knowingly or who uses this information to commit a criminal act against another person is subject to criminal prosecution. Some people use automated tools to get offender data from this site. The load this puts on our servers causes problems for other users, so we cannot allow it.
To prove that you are not an automated tool, please fill out the form below and click "Submit. Any person who uses the information contained herein to threaten, intimidate, or harass the registrant or their family, or who otherwise misuses this information, may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability.
To start searching the Delaware Sex Offender Central Registry enter information in the search fields above. Title 11, Section and of the Delaware Code requires the Delaware State Police to maintain a registry of sex offenders available to the public via the Internet. The State Bureau of Identification is the sub-unit of the Delaware State Police responsible to provide this service with technical assistance from the Department of Technology and Information.
Positive identification of a person believed to be a sex offender cannot be established unless the offenders fingerprints are compared against the fingerprints taken at the time of arrest or incarceration. Title 11, Chapter 85 of the Delaware Code authorizes the State Bureau of Identification to release criminal history record information upon receipt of the subjects fingerprints and a fee established by the Superintendent of the Delaware State Police. For more information on this procedure, contact the State Bureau of Identification at Offenders convicted for sex offenses specified under Delaware Law are required to register.
Persons who have been arrested but not convicted are not required to register. This website includes only those registered sex offenders who have been classified by the courts as moderate-risk or high-risk. Those offenders classified as low-risk are not displayed on the public website.
The State Bureau of Identification updates this information regularly in order to assure that it is complete and accurate. However, this information can change quickly and is provided by convicted sex offenders as required by Delaware Law. If you believe any information found in these records is incorrect, please contact us using any of the contact information listed at the bottom of this page. If you would like to subscribe to receive email notifications pertaining to sex offenders who appear on this site, you may do so by creating an account with the Delaware Information Subscription Service website and subscribing to the Sex Offender Notification Subscription.
Questions about Sex Offender Registration, or to report problems with this page, send an email to State Bureau of Identification.
Because of the small screen size of your device, the map may not display correctly. For best results, please use a device with at least pixels of horizontal resolution. Offenders are currently added to this map on a nightly basis, based on the offenders who registered during that day. There may be up to 24 hours between the time an offender's address is updated, and the time it appears on this map. Additionally, because addresses are geocoded automatically, there are some addresses for which we cannot determine map coordinates.
Such addresses will not appear on the map below. For the most complete and up-to-date results, please use the Offender Search tab. Under Delaware law, a "Sex Offender" means any person who has been convicted of any of the following offenses, or of any attempt to commit any of the following offenses:. If someone is convicted of an offense requiring registration, in another state, and then moves to Delaware, is that person required to register in Delaware?
Registration is required for anyone who has been convicted of any offense specified in the laws of another state, the United States or any territory of the United States, or any foreign government, which is the same as, or equivalent to, any offense which is considered registerable in Delaware. What information is a registered sex offender required to provide? Sex offenders must complete a registration form and submit it to the Sex Offender Registry at the State Bureau of Identification.
Registrants are required to provide:. All out of state offenders will be assigned a tier by the superior court after a motion is made by the AG's office requesting a tier. All instate offenders who do not already have a tier primarily crimes occurring before will be sent a letter with a presumptive tier assigned. The offender may then seek a BOP review or leave the tier in place without review. Tier 1 offenders are classified as low-risk, tier 2 offenders are classified as moderate-risk, and tier 3 offenders are classified as high-risk.
Is it possible to get a lower tier level, or be removed from the registry? When do registered sex offenders have to update their registry information? Registered sex offenders must report any change in their registry information within three 3 days. Offenders who are on probation may request that their probation officer update their registry information.
Are registered sex offenders required to regularly verify that their registry information is accurate?
All registered sex offenders must report to SBI in-person on a regular basis, even if none of their registry information has changed. Tier 1 offenders must verify their information once a year, tier 2 offenders must verify their information twice a year, and tier 3 offenders must verify their information four times a year.
All registrants must submit to having their mugshot and fingerprints taken each time they verify their information.
This must be done in-person at SBI. What about registered sex offenders who are registered as being "homeless"? Would you like to receive local news notifications on your desktop? Yes please Not now. Actions Facebook Tweet Email.
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