It comes as no surprise that knowledge is the first step in protecting our loved ones and communities. Our sex offender map will help you to detect potentially dangerous sex offenders in your neighborhood and other areas of interest. Family Watchdog is a free service to help locate registered sex offenders and predators in your neighborhood.
A sex offender map is a simple tool provided by state and federal agencies so that citizens can easily find the location of registered sex offenders in their community. The mapping system involved in most websites involves an overhead view, similar to that of Google maps. The program does include all offenders whose status is listed as “active” by the registering agency. Citizens with information of a registered sex offender having an address that is different from what is listed in this site may contact the Sex Offender Registry Hotline at 888-837-4170.
This map plots out the location of the selected offender or predator. HOW TO USE THIS MAP. PRINT MAP. Name: This map plots out the location of the selected offender or predator. HOW TO USE THIS MAP age, race, sex, date of birth, height, weight, hair and eye color, photograph, address of legal residence and address of any current. Also, if you are unable to acquire sex offender registry information from a local police department, you may contact the CBI for assistance. The CBI also has a tip line for citizens to report the possible location of a sex offender who has failed to register.
This web site is provided by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide a free nationwide search for sex offenders registered by states, territories, Indian tribes, and the District of Columbia. NSOPW is the only national sex offender search site with direct access to registered sex offender information from the individual registration jurisdictions. Note: Every effort is made to provide a mapped location for all sex offenders. The system attempts to map a sex offender's address in the following order; street address, city and state. The icons on the displayed maps may not be the actual physical location of the sex offenders but are provided to indicate the general proximity of sex offenders in relation to the input address.