This feature requires either a credit card, or a pre-established billed or non-profit account. Both include all convictions, information on pending arrests less than one year old, and sex/kidnapping offender registration (SOR) information.
Under the Criminal Records Privacy Act, conviction criminal history record information (CHRI) may be made public to anyone without restriction and without the consent of the subject of the record. 501 (c)(3) and that provides emergency shelter or transitional housing for children, persons with developmental disabilities, or vulnerable adults.
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Convicted sex offenders have to register with their local police every year. Those on the register are required to notify the police if they change their name or address, and are also required to reveal any plans to travel outside the UK. The police can photograph offenders every time they register, and all forces exchange information about the movements of such offenders, with a national computerised database having been set up to facilitate this procedure.
Police forces can also apply for sex offender orders that bar offenders from certain activities and areas frequented by children.
On this page you will find the following resources: Who can request a Criminal History Record (Background Check)?
Please report all information on offenders directly to the office within that county.There are around 29,000 people on the register in the UK.How do the police know where the sex offenders are? The sex offenders register contains the details of anyone convicted, cautioned or released from prison for sexual offence against children or adults since September 1997, when it was set up.The register, which is run by the police, is not retro-active, so does not include anyone convicted before 1997.