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Other information on this website is compiled from reports by local law enforcement.
Much of that information is gathered from persons who are required to register as sex offenders and to provide, at least once a year, their addresses and other information to local law enforcement.
39-121.03, this list cannot be obtained using this form for a commercial purpose.
Neither the Department of Justice nor the State of California shall be held responsible for any errors or omissions on this website or produced by secondary dissemination of this information. Extreme care must be taken in the use of information because mistaken identification may occur when relying solely upon name, age and address to identify individuals. If you believe that any information on this site is in error, please contact a police or sheriff's department, or contact the Department of Justice by e-mail at Megans [email protected] The information on this website is made available solely to protect the public.
Under state law, some registered sex offenders are not subject to public disclosure, so they are not included on this site.
State 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 Google Inc.
This page provides information to the public concerning the location of sex offenders in Arizona. 13-3827, the Arizona Department of Public Safety is responsible for maintaining the internet sex offender website and verifying the name, address and photograph of each sex offender in Arizona on an annual basis. This effort resulted in the federal community notification statute labeled "Megan's Law".
This page is NOT intended to supplant the community notification process, but rather, it allows the criminal justice community to promote public awareness concerning the potential threat that sex offenders pose to Arizona citizens. Realizing that it is impossible to notify every citizen about a sex offender's presence in their community, this site will empower you to obtain information and take the appropriate precautions. The Arizona Department of Public Safety maintains a current list of all registered sex offenders. Information is provided for sex offenders with risk assessment scores of Level 2, Level 3 and those who meet the requirements outlined in A. On June 1, 1996 Arizona adopted its version of "Megan's Law" by enacting the Sex Offender Community Notification statutes.