Sex Offender Management. DCJS is responsible for maintaining the New York State Sex Offender Registry. Registered sex offenders are assigned a risk level by judge after a court hearing: Level 1 (low risk of re-offense); Level 2 (medium risk of re-offense), and Level 3 (high risk of re-offense). New York State’s Sex Offender Registry was created by the state’s Sex Offender Registration Act. It is intended to provide the public with information on the status and location of sex offenders residing in New York State.
This web site is provided by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide a free nationwide search for sex offenders registered by states, territories, Indian tribes, and the District of Columbia. NSOPW is the only national sex offender search site with direct access to registered sex offender information from the individual registration jurisdictions. S 168-F Duty to register and to verify. 1. Any sex offender shall, (a) at least ten calendar days prior to discharge, parole, release to post-release supervision or release from any state or local correctional facility, hospital or institution where he or she was confined or committed, or, (b) at the time sentence is imposed for any sex offender released on probation or discharged upon payment.
Redirect/External Link Notice. If you wish to proceed, you will be leaving the NSOPW Web site and accessing. Obtaining Information About Sex Offenders In New York State. You can obtain more information at the New York State Sex Offender Registry information center. The purpose of the site is to provide an overview of the sex offender registration law and how the .