By using this site you indicate that you understand and accept the information contained on this entire page and agree to abide by the laws of the State of Delaware. Enter your detailed message below. Delaware Sex Offender Central Registry. Last Name. First Name. Street Prefix. Street Name.
Street Type. Zip Code.
Conviction State. Online ID. Clear Search. Important Information Positive identification of a person believed to be a sex offender cannot be established unless the offenders fingerprints are compared against the fingerprints taken at the time of arrest or incarceration. Notice The State Bureau of Identification updates this information regularly in order to assure that it is complete and accurate.
Questions Questions about Sex Offender Registration, or to report problems with this page, send an email to State Bureau of Identification. Streets Satellite. Who is required to register as a sex offender in Delaware? Under Delaware law, a "Sex Offender" means any person who has been convicted of any of the following offenses, or of any attempt to commit any of the following offenses: Indecent exposure 1st degree.
Unlawful sexual contact 3rd degree. Unlawful sexual contact 2nd degree. Unlawful sexual contact 1st degree.
Rape 4th degree. Rape 3rd degree. Rape 2nd degree.
Rape 1st degree. Sexual extortion. Continuous sex abuse of a child. Dangerous crime against a child. Female genital mutilation. Dealing in children. Sexual exploitation of a child. Unlawfully dealing in child pornography. Possession of child pornography. Sexual solicitation of a child. Promoting prostitution 2nd degree, when the person advances or profits from prostitution of a person less than 18 years old. Promoting prostitution 1st degree, when the person advances or profits from prostitution of a person less than 16 years old. Obscenity, if the person sells, delivers, or provides any obscene picture, videotape, video game, writing, record, audio cassette tape, compact disc or other representation or embodiment of the obscene to a person under the age of Kidnapping 2nd degree, in the event the crime is committed with the purpose of inflicting physical injury upon the victim, or to violate or abuse the victim sexually.
Kidnapping 1st degree, in the event the crime is committed with the purpose of inflicting physical injury upon the victim, or to violate or abuse the victim sexually. Trafficking of persons b 2.
What does "convicted" mean? Registrants are required to provide: All names and aliases ever used. Date of birth. Driver's license or state issued identification card.
Telephone numbers, including home and cellular phone numbers. Social Security number. Residential address or addresses. Employer name, address and telephone number. School name, address and telephone number. Vehicle information for all vehicles owned or operated, including the year, make, model, color, and license plate number. All email addresses and Internet identifiers.
Copy of passport. Immigration status. Copies of any professional licenses. What are "Tier Levels"? How long do offenders remain on the sex offender registry? Tier 1 offenders must register for 15 years. Tier 2 offenders must register for 25 years.
Tier 1 offenders may petition Superior Court for relief from designation as a sex offender after 10 years, if the offender has successfully completed a state-approved sex offender treatment program and has not been convicted of any crime, other than a motor vehicle offense, during such time. Tier 2 offenders may petition the Superior Court for designation as tier 1 after 10 years, if the victim was not a child under 18 years of age, and the offender has successfully completed a state-approved sex offender treatment program, and has not been convicted of any crime, other than a motor vehicle offense, during such time.
Tier 3 offenders may petition the Superior Court for designation as tier 2 after 25 years, if the offender has successfully completed a state-approved sex offender treatment program and has not been convicted of any crime, other than a motor vehicle offense, during such time. When is the public notified? Who is responsible for notifying the public? Are registered sex offenders posted on the Internet? How often are the registry and the public website updated?
Delaware's sex offender registry and the state's public website are updated daily. Is there a national sex offender website? Delaware Home Page. Delaware State Police. State Bureau of Identification. Run Yell Tell. Registration of Sexual Offenders. The only way to positively identify a person posted on the Internet website as a sex offender is to compare the offender's fingerprints against the fingerprints taken at the time of the arrest or incarceration.
The TxDPS does not separately confirm the accuracy of the reported information. Please report any errors on the registry to the local criminal justice agency that submitted the information to investigate and update the record if appropriate. By using this website, you agree to the caveats detailed below. These searches allow the public to search the registry for sex offenders registered in Texas. The Department of Public Safety has created a notification system that allows the public to subscribe to e-mail notifications regarding database changes relating to registered sex offenders.