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Per Law, members of the public are only entitled to the information about registered persons that appear on the website.Only information listed on the website can be provided to the public.An out-of-state offender whose offense was committed before December 20, 2012 is subject to a period of registration that corresponds to their assigned offender classification.If the out-of-state offender’s conviction for a sexual offense is not enumerated under either a ten-year or lifetime registration classification, but nevertheless requires registration under a sexual offender statute in the jurisdiction or foreign country, the offender shall be required to register for a period of ten years or for the length of time required by the other jurisdiction, whichever is greater.For out-of-state offenders who are subject to registration, they must report to an approved Registration Site and register within three business days of establishing a residence, becoming homeless/transient, becoming employed/carrying on a vocation, and/or attending school in this Commonwealth.Active community notification is the process by which the community's chief law enforcement officer notifies the community of the presence of a Sexually Violent Predator/Sexual Violent Delinquent Child.In addition, if the sexual offender, sexually violent predator, or sexually violent delinquent child is under the supervision of a federal, state, or county department of probation or parole, there may be conditions of the individual’s probation or parole which partially or completely prohibit the individual from having contact with children.
The Pennsylvania State Police is responsible for updating the information on every offender included within the website.
A sexual offender is a person who has been convicted/adjudicated of one or more of the offenses enumerated under offender classification.
Please see Crimes Code link on the left navigation bar for additional information about the Megan's Law offenses.
Additional information on Sexually Violent Predators/Sexually Violent Delinquent Children residing in your community may be obtained by contacting the chief law enforcement officer in your community.
In communities where the Pennsylvania State Police is the primary law enforcement agency, members of the public may contact the local Pennsylvania State Police station for information on Sexually Violent Predators/Sexually Violent Delinquent Children.
under one of the following circumstances: Note: 42 Pa. Group-based homes violating this prohibition are subject to a civil penalty in the form of a fine that can range from $2,500 to $5,000.