13988sex offender registry deletions?
- Jan 1, 2009Dear Colleagues:
Does anyone know if inclusion in states' sex offender registries is
"for life" or if offenders' listings expire (or can be deleted)?
My office has been running a stack of subjects. Three times last week
we found subjects who were convicted of a sex crime, and were in a
state's sex offender registry 2-4 years ago (we have the complete
databases from those years in house), but they are now NOT in the
state's registry. (We double-checked everything by going to the
The 3 subject are absolutely confirmed as having been convicted sex
offenders, formerly in their state's registry a few years ago - name,
address, DOB and photos match - but they're no longer listed. They're
all still shown in crim rec indexes as convicted of the
crime...they're just gone from their states' offender registries.
Some enlightenment would be greatly appreciated.
(Steven Rambam, Director.)
(for: Pallorium, Inc.)
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