From U.S. Attorney Todd Graves' office 9:06 a.m.
- WASHINGTON – The Department of Justice today announced the addition of Missouri, Massachusetts, and Maine to the National Sex Offender Public Registry (NSOPR) Web site, which provides real-time access to public sex offender data nationwide with a single Internet search. The Department of Justice-sponsored Web site allows parents and concerned citizens to search existing public state and territory sex offender registries beyond their own states.
- The Department of Justice announced the activation of a national registry Web site on July 20, and initially linked 22 states to the site. With today's announcement, the registry connects 37 states, the District of Columbia and a territory to the site. Remaining states and territories are expected to be linked by the end of the year.
Another free site I posted about before, mapsexoffenders.com, maps offender addresses for you as well.