Sex Offenders Registry & Criminal Records Check
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Your sex offender search begins here. There are nearly 1,000,000 registered sex offenders in the United States. About 65% of them are not under the supervision of a correctional institution. We believe that it is the complete right of every American to know about the sex offenders and criminals who live amongst them. This is why we make it easy to locate and identify registered sex offenders in every state and zip code of the United States.
Every day, more and more people become victims to sex offenders living in their neighborhoods. In order to build awareness and keep people safe, most state and federal governments release and share as much information as possible about registered sex offenders. This information is publicly available, but not always easy to find. As part of our goal as public data aggregators, GoLookUp has compiled all publicly released data on the sex offenders in communities across the U.S. and compiled them in one, easy to search location.
There is a strong link between sex offenses and other crimes. In fact, 70% of sex offenders commit a non-sexual crime in the years after being released from jail. Being aware is the first step to keeping yourself and your loved ones safe from harm.
Search Sex Offenders by State and Jurisdiction
How Our Sex Offender Search Registry Works:
GoLookUp makes searching for registered sex offenders in your zip code or state quick and easy. Simply enter your zip code on our Sex Offender & Neighborhood Watch Page and we’ll instantly scan all available data to bring you an up-to-date list of registered sex offenders and other criminals living in your near vicinity. Want to broaden your search? Our service also makes it easy to search by state.
Once you have entered the parameters of your sex offender search, we will search through over six billion federal records, as well as state records and country records, to provide you with a comprehensive list of registered sex offenders living in that particular area. Immediately you’ll be able to see the images and criminal convictions of registered sex offenders in and near your location. Go a step further and unlock secure data to access criminal data reports, arrest and court records, credit scores and reports, email information, social media information, current and past addresses and locations, related persons and family members, and more.
Our offender search is free to perform, though there may be fees associated with pulling specific reports. If you know that you are going to be pulling quite a few reports, we recommend that you enroll in our monthly membership program, which allows you to pull unlimited reports for one flat rate. It’s easy to opt out of our membership service, and cancellations can be done at any time.
How Not to Use the Offender Search
GoLookUp makes finding detailed information on registered sex offenders in your state and neighborhood quick and easy. Our goal in doing this is to provide people with the information that they need to protect themselves and their loved ones. Please note however that use of the data that you find is restricted under the Fair Credit and Reporting Act (FRCA), and you may not use any of the associated data that you gather to unfairly discriminate against individuals in regards to employment, tenancy, insurance, or consumer credit. Before you are able to access complete reports on registered sex offenders in your search area you will need to agree to use the data in a way that is proper and within the law.
Data You Can Trust
We take our commitment to providing users with accurate and up-to-date information very seriously. To that end, we update our data aggregation sets daily, ensuring that you always have access to information that is recent and reliable. There’s a reason that our users keep coming back to us for the data that they need to know—our dedication to accuracy informs everything that we do. You can trust that what you are finding is true, even if it is shocking.
GoLookUp compiles data from all available public records, analyzes it, and makes it easily searchable for our users. We believe that every person should be able to easily and instantly access the information that they need to know to protect themselves and the people in their lives, and our service is a reflection of this belief. We also want to make easier to connect with the people that matter. In addition to our sex offender search, we offer users quick access to millions of public records, including (but not limited to) phone numbers and reverse phone look up, addresses, contact information, social media activity, marriage and divorce records, arrest records, criminal convictions, traffic citations, and much more. Each report that we provide is a comprehensive collection of public records, and may include court records, email information, social information, marital status, contact information, and more.
Start Your Sex Offender Search
It is your right to know about the sex offenders and criminals that live in your neighborhood. Search today and get the information that you need to keep yourself and your family safe.
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