While a name and photograph may assist the public in identifying registrants, positive identification of registrants is obtained only via fingerprint verification. Keep it local and relevant. Wisconsin now has the seventh-largest sex offender registry in the country, with more than 21, registrants on its database.
However, some registrants, including those whose crimes are classified as "aggravated" or who have committed a second violation, must register for life. What are a Registrant's Responsibilities?
Because the data is self-reported by the registrant and time-sensitive: The Department cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information; and Registrants may have moved without notifying the Department.
Under the law, the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services is charged with certain responsibilities, among which is the creation and maintenance of a central registry of individuals convicted of certain crimes against children and other sexual offenses.
If you have knowledge that a registrant is not residing at the "Last Reported Residence" listed in this registry, you are encouraged to call the "Information Contact" listed for that registrant. Tier II - These registrants have been convicted in Maryland of a crime listed below or convicted in another jurisdiction of a Tier II offense.