Identify Registered Sex Offenders living near you
- Over 2,100 children are reported missing every day.
- The chance that your child will become a victim of a sex offender is 1 in 3 for girls & 1 in 6 for boys.
**Source: The National Center for Victims of Crime
- Protect your children by identifying registered sex offenders in your area.
(See information on your states official sex offender registry)
SEX OFFENDER REPORTS
Get complete registered sex offenders information, including a neighborhood map identifying the locations of sex offenders, detailed photographs of the sex offenders , addresses, descriptions, offenses and more. Find out who these registered sex offenders are, and exactly where they live in your area.Sex Offender Information:
- Photos of the Sex Offenders
- Appearance Details
- Conviction Information
- Offense Dates
- Offense Details
- Street Addresses
- The Sex Offenders Names or Aliases
How do you find registered sex offenders in your neighborhood?
The Kids Live Safe nation-wide database of over 750,000 registered sex offenders can be searched instantly. You can get detailed information about offenders in your area including names, aliases, maps, photos, addresses, and offenses.
How do you find out when new registered sex offenders move in?
With Kids Live Safe, you don't need to scour the net or visit police stations to get information on sexual offenders. From the privacy of your own home, Kids Live Safe sends New Offender Email Alert notifications containing information on new registered sex offenders found in your area. Email Alert notifications are delivered directly to your specified email address, and all services are 100% confidential
What is a Email Alert Sex Offender notification?
Kids Live Safe's nation-wide database is updated immediately when new information on registered sex offenders is available. As soon as new sex offenders register in your zip code, an email alert sex offender notification is sent.
Background on Registered Sex Offender Laws:
The U.S. Congress has passed several laws that require states to monitor registered sex offenders; the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children Act, the Pam Lychner Sex Offender Tracking and Identification Act and Megan's Law.
On March 5, 2003, The Supreme Court ruled that information about registered sex offenders may be posted on the Internet.
Problems Laws concerning Sex Offenders:
Information on registered sex offenders is available and you have the right to access it, The problem is that locating that information can be very difficult.
In most instances, you have to know the name of the individual you are looking for, and in many States you must go to your police station and complete a request form. Additionally, some states have a fee and limit individuals to viewing the names of only two registered sex offenders at a time.
Solution to the Sex Offender Epidemic:
Kids Live Safe's Family Protection Program. Now in the privacy of your home, you can view information about all registered sex offenders in your area, including how close they reside to your own home and your children, all displayed on a convenient map of your neighborhood.
Kids Live Safe's service provides the number of sexual predators in your neighborhood. Their family protection program becomes your tools to detailed maps of your neighborhood and the locations and backgrounds or the registered sex offenders.