Updated: Aug 8, 2022
There are over 16,000 sex offenders in the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Sex Offender Registry. 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 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. The local law enforcement agency submits the completed registration information to ALEA for verification along with a current photograph and fingerprints.
Here is where to Search the Alabama Sex Offender Registry.
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