A positive identification cannot conclusively be established by comparing name, date of birth, or other information provided on this website.

Moreover, this website does not include a complete criminal history for each offender, and therefore, obtaining information from the website does not constitute a valid background check for any purpose including employment and housing. Warning: Any person who uses information obtained through this website to threaten, intimidate or harass another, or who otherwise misuses the information, may be subject to criminal prosecution and/or civil liability.

If you believe any information contained on this website is erroneous, or if you have information regarding an offender whose address is shown as "being verified," please contact the KBI Offender Registration Unit by mail, email or telephone.

Additionally, some offender information is not subject to public disclosure and therefore, not included on this website.

The listing cost him a business and sustainable livelihood, subjected him to death threats, prevented him from visiting his daughter’s school and resulted in injuries when he was attacked by an angry, hammer-wielding stranger who broke into his home after seeing his name on the registry, according Lindsay, news accounts at the time and his attorney, Janice Bellucci.“You can’t work where you want. It makes it virtually impossible to live a normal life.

It can make you bitter,” said Lindsay, now 64 and a resident of Grover Beach in San Luis Obispo County. They recently won state Senate approval of a proposal that would allow the names of those who committed lower-level, nonviolent sex crimes or are judged low risks to reoffend to be removed from the registry after 10 or 20 years.“The state’s sex offender registry has lost significant value over time because it contains so many low-risk offenders with decades-old offenses,” Lacey said.

The KBI makes no representations, either express or implied, that the information on this website is complete or accurate.

22-4909 was amended to require the website to prominently identify whether an offender is or is not a sex offender.Welcome to the Arizona Sex Offender Information page. 39-121.03, this list cannot be obtained using this form for a commercial purpose.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 a daily basis. To obtain the list for a commercial purpose, contact the Sex Offender Compliance Unit at 602-223-2416.Current law requires people convicted of specific sex offenses in California to register for life when they leave prison, providing addresses, the names of employers, fingerprints, photos and license plate numbers.The law requires the state Department of Justice to make information on most registered sex offenders available to the public on its website.Pursuant to the Kansas Supreme Court's decision in State v. 669 (1996), information for offenders who committed their offense prior to April 14, 1994, is closed to the public.