information in this database has been reported directly
to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) by the
Florida Department of Corrections and the Florida Department
of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. FDLE merely compiles
and provides this information for public access, and does
not independently confirm the accuracy of the information
compiled and provided. It is FDLE's desire that the information
contained herein be accurate and reliable. Any person who
believes information provided is not accurate should contact
FDLE by phone at: 1- (888) 357-7332 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
law requires the FDLE to maintain an updated list of Registered
Sexual Predators in this state after a court has made a written
finding designating them as a Sexual Predator. Certain sex
offenders must register directly with law enforcement or have
information compiled by the Department of Corrections, with
that information to be provided to FDLE. Florida law makes
that information available to the public. This site provides
you with public information regarding Sexual Predators and
also established a toll-free number (1-888-FL-PREDATOR) or
(1-888-357-7332) that allows the public to request information
about Sexual Predators and Sex Offenders living in their communities
and around the state. Requests may be made between the hours
of 7am and 7pm, Monday through Friday.
information about these terms, see: http://www3.fdle.state.fl.us/sexual_predators/index.asp
Florida Legislature enacted provisions requiring registration
and permitting community notification regarding "sex
offenders." Not all "sex offenders" are "sexual
predators", so in determining registration requirements,
caution must be exercised in evaluating the offender's criminal
history. Provisions for sexual offenders are found primarily
in Florida Statute 943.0435.
provided to the community and the public regarding
a sexual predator must include:
name of the sexual predator.
description of the sexual predator, including a photograph.
sexual predator's current address, including the name
of the county or municipality if known.
48 hours upon notification by the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) of the presence of a sexual predator, the
sheriff of the county or the chief of police of the municipality
where the sexual predator establishes or maintains a permanent
or temporary residence shall notify each licensed day care
center, elementary school, middle school and high school within
a 1-mile radius of the residence of the sexual predator.
Report - (Displayed with map on home page.) Lists
the number of Offender/ Predators found within the area displayed
on the map. Each person's name and type of offense is listed.
For more detail about each person, click on their name.
- includes details about the Offender/ Predator, including
a photograph, current case status, physical attributes and
current residence. Use the Person Number to refer to this
person in official correspondence.
Predators / Offenders - Status Type Definitions
by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement
from Florida Department of Corrections non-confined supervision/control
or last reported address given to Florida Sexual Offender
of non-contact supervision in which an offender who is
determined to represent a low risk of harm to the community
and, upon satisfactory completion of half the term of
regular probation, is placed on non-reporting status until
expiration of the term of supervision.
in local jail facilities.
of intensive supervision, housed in the community, including
surveillance on weekends and holidays, administered by
officers with limited caseloads.
documentation of death received by Florida Sexual Offender
expelled from United States.
in federal institution or serving a federal sentence in
care custody or control of federal criminal justice authorities.
by United States Immigration and Naturalization Service
at a designated state, local or federal facility.
or detained by Department of Children and Family Services
under the Jimmy Ryce Civil Commitment Act.
supervision program. Eligible inmates have terms and conditions
of parole set by the Florida Parole Commission.
death, no official documentation received by Florida Sexual
longer under total Florida Department of Corrections confinement.
Department of Corrections Supervision/Community Control/
Administrative Probation has been cancelled/terminated.
in a state facility.
under a court-ordered term of community monitoring to
include specified conditions and a specific period of
time that cannot exceed the maximum sentence for the offense.
Any form which requires directions and or monitoring by
the Department of Corrections staff and/or the Florida
direction and monitoring cancelled.
Conviction - With
respect to a person's felony offense, a
determination of guilt which is the result of a trial or entry
of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, regardless of whether
adjudication is withheld
temporary residence is now defined as a place where
the person abides, lodges, or resides for a period of
14 or more days in the aggregate during any calendar year
and which is not the person's permanent address; for a
person whose permanent residence is not in this state,
a place where the person is employed, practices a vocation,
or is enrolled as a student for any period of time in
this state; or a place where the person routinely abides,
lodges, or resides for a period of 4 or more consecutive
or nonconsecutive days in any month and which is not the
person's permanent residence.
permanent residence is a place where the person
abides, lodges, or resides for 14 or more consecutive