In the State of Connecticut enacted legislation mandating that the Department of Public Safety establish and maintain a central registry of sex offenders. The legislation requires that registry information be made available to the public through the Internet and at each local police department or State Police troop. The Department of Public Safety updates this information regarding convicted sex offenders regularly, making every effort at accuracy. However, this information can change quickly and the records available on the National Sex Offender Public Registry may not represent the entire list of registered sex offenders in Connecticut. You are cautioned that the address and some of the information provided is information provided by the registrant, and may not reflect the current residence, status, or other information regarding an offender. Registrants are required to notify the Department of Public Safety Sex Offender Registry Unit of a change of address within 5 days of such change and verify their residential address every 90 days or they may be subject to arrest for a class "D" felony.
Sex crimes are some of the most serious crimes you can be charged with in the United States. If you are convicted of certain sexual offenses, you could be required to register as a sex offender in the state where you reside. Sex offender registries are available for the public to access, meaning anyone can see your information on the registry website, including your address and the offense you were convicted of. This can make it hard for those who have been convicted of a sex crime to find a job or a place to live, which is why the state of Connecticut is currently considering changes to the state sex offender registry. There are a couple of major changes to the Connecticut sex offender registry that have been proposed in SB
This Registry contains only offenders who have been convicted or found not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. To view information on offenses that require registration click here. Law Enforcement will never ask you to send money, gift cards, or other forms of payment to avoid an arrest or an arrest warrant.