The registry is updated as offender addresses and other offender information is updated in our office. You can search for offenders by address, city, county or zip code and see information on the publishable offenders within the map view of the address you enter. You can also search for an offender by name if applicable. We also offer Email and Phone Notifications of updates of offender addresses. You can subscribe for notifications on as many addresses as you like and we will notify you if an offender moves into the specified radius of the address submitted. Please see the Disclaimer below that details Sex Offender Registry requirements and a summary of information that is provided on this site.
Fred Upton campaign attacks Jack Hoogendyk on sex offender and drunk driving votes in new mailers
Convicted child sex offender back in jail on charge of violating probation
Some were put on the registry when they were as young as eight years old. Young people deserve second chances and the opportunity to be rehabilitated; registration forestalls that. Young people who commit sexual offenses should be held accountable for their actions, but registries punish young people for years and even decades after they have been through the justice system. We all want accountability that is fair, but registries harm young people without increasing public safety.
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Two mailers from Fred Upton's reelection campaign attack challenger Jack Hoogendyk for votes he cast in the state house related to sex offender registry and drunk driving. The mailers, which were sent in the last month, highlight votes Hoogendyk made against a sex offender notification system and regulations for convicted drunk drivers. There have been. The ads are paid for by the term congressman's campaign, Upton for All of Us.
Disclaimer: The addresses posted on this sex offender registry by the Payne County Sheriff's Office may be in error due to improper reporting by the offenders. By viewing the following page you agree to our terms. The Act applies to any person residing, working, or attending school within the state who has been convicted or received any probationary term for a sex crime in the state after November 1, , or has entered the state after November 1, , having previously been convicted or received any probationary term for a sex crime.