If you or your entity does not have the availability of Internet access, the community notification will be mailed by U. If the new residence is located outside of the Commonwealth, the offender shall register in person with the local law-enforcement agency where he previously registered within 10 days prior to his change of register.Effective July 1, 2005, juveniles over the age of 13 at the time of the offense, who are tried as a juvenile and are adjudicated delinquent, are also included within the registry if the trial Court determined that the circumstances of the offense require offender registration and ordered the juvenile to register pursuant to § 9.1-902(C) of the The purpose of the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry (Registry) shall be to assist the efforts of law-enforcement agencies and others to protect their communities and families from repeat sex offenders and to protect children from becoming victims of criminal offenders by helping to prevent such individuals from being allowed to work directly with children.Virginia law requires that a sex offender, who must register in the jurisdiction where he was convicted to register in Virginia when he establishes a residence, becomes employed or attends school in Virginia.
I am a victim of an individual that sexually molested me 20 years ago.
I was young and scared and never told anyone that this person committed this crime?
The Sex Offender Registry provides a limited amount of information.
If you would like more details, you may contact the sentencing court.
No person other than the registrant may appear in the photograph submitted.
Nonresident offenders entering the Commonwealth for an extended visit, for employment, to carry on a vocation, or as a student attending school who are required to register in their state of residence or who would be required to register if a resident of the Commonwealth shall, within three days of entering the Commonwealth for an extended visit, accepting employment or enrolling in school in the Commonwealth, be required to register and reregister in person with the local law-enforcement agency.
Is there a law against posting the photograph and offense of offenders that live in my jurisdiction in the restrooms of a local restaurant?
I am a concerned citizen regarding the safety of the children?
My father is a violent offender and is terminally ill. Will this information be made available for the public to access through this website?
He is not able to leave the house due to his condition; so therefore, he would not be able to reoffend? I am trying to locate a prisoner that was arrested five years ago that has moved from Merrimac Prison to another prison in Virginia. You can review all the statutes that govern the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry by accessing the Virginia Legislative Information Website at the following link: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act Every person required to register shall register in person within three (3) days of his release from confinement in a state, local or juvenile correctional facility or, if a sentence of confinement is not imposed, within three days of suspension of the sentence or in the case of a juvenile disposition.
If you have not moved and/or you have complied with all registration duties and have not yet received the re-registration form, have your Registry Number available and phone (804) 674-3085.