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. If you receive such a request call the Registry or your local law enforcement agency. However, this information can change quickly and information on registered sex offenders is often provided by the registered sex offender themselves as required by law. This information may not have been verified by local law enforcement officials at the time it is posted on the website.
Del Rio TX
MD Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
This registration must take place immediately the offender gets out of jail. Offenders sentenced to parole or pardon must also register after their sentence. Duration for registration ranges from 20 years to a lifetime. Sex offenders must notify the state authorities of any changes to their registered information.
Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. In an effort to make the public aware of the high risk offender, notices are mailed out by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Not all offenders have a risk level. If an offender is released from a penal institution or has been adjudicated as of January 1, and registration is required of the offender, they must be assigned one of the following risk levels:. Civil Commitment: Repeat sexually violent offenders who suffer from a behavioral abnormality which makes the person likely to engage in a predatory act of sexual violence.
Not all offenders are available for public dissemination due to juvenile, YOA, or out-of-state status. Local law enforcement staff register the offenders and forward the information to our unit for entry into the ALEA state repository. The offenders are responsible for notifying local law enforcement of any changes in residency or employment. Each year, during the offender's birth month and every three months thereafter, the offender must report in person to local law enforcement for registration.