Sex Offenders

How Do I Locate a Sex Offender Living Near Me?

Identifying sex offenders before they strike is the way to protect your family. The horrible truth about pedophiles, rapists and other sex offenders is that the victims often don't know who and where the criminals are ... until it's too late.

Incredibly, the monsters who commit these crimes could literally be living right next door to you.

The good news is that you're not powerless. You can take steps — right now — to locate sex offenders who may be lurking in your neighborhood.

Unfortunately, convicted sexual predators of children aren't removed from the general population for long. According to the U. S. Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics, there were 9,700 convicted sex offenders released in one year alone:

  • 4,300 of these sex offenders were categorized as child molesters.

  • Of the 4,300 child molesters who were released that year, 3.3% were arrested again within three years of release for another sex crime against a child.

  • In nearly half of the child molestation cases, the victim was the son, daughter, or relative of the convicted sex offender.

  • The 4,300 child molesters received an average sentence of about seven years and typically served only three of the seven years.1

This information is freely available to the public over the Internet, but combing through databases to find information that specifically relates to your family and your neighborhood can require long, detailed research.

By getting your Sex Offender Report from Family Safety Report, you'll have state-of-the-art access to the National Sex Offenders Registry — including our powerful tools that enable you to easily track up to three addresses at once.

Can I search the National Sex Offenders Registry myself?
Yes. You can visit the FBI Web page link to that links to 52 separate databases of local sex offenders and run an individual search.

Will the FBI alert me when a sex offender moves into my area?
No. The Federal Bureau of Investigation hunts criminals who move across state lines, but mostly for the purpose of apprehension and prosecution. The FBI isn't responsible for alerting individual families when a child molester moves into the neighborhood. But with Family Safety Report, you can receive e-mail alerts when a sex offender moves near you.

Get the peace of mind that comes with our reliable and trusted information.

  1. Child Molester Statistics



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