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We all want to keep our families safe, and in this uncertain world it is hard to know who to trust around those we love and care for. One of the most serious dangers is that posed by sex offenders, and unfortunately, it is one which is least apparent.

How well do you know your neighbors? Do you feel that your children are safe around them? What about the trustworthiness of the little league coach? These are hard questions to ask yourself, and the likelihood is that these people mean no harm, but what if? Remove these doubts from your mind by checking the sex offender records through Advanced-People-Search.

Fortunately, the law states that persons convicted of specific sex crimes are required to register as sex offenders with a local law enforcement agency. Prior to release from prison, jail, a mental hospital, or on probation, sex offenders are notified in writing of their duty to register.

This makes the process of searching to see if a person is a sex offender more straight-forward. The services provided by Advanced-People-Search, can help you through this process. It is up to you to do your due diligence to keep your family safe from impending harm. Whether it be to check on the background of someone who looks after your children or those taking care of your elderly relatives, it is imperitive that you do all you can to protect those who are vulnerable.

It is important to note that sex offenders often leave the state in which their crimes were committed. This transit need not be an issue when you employ the services of Advanced-People-Search. We are able to run the applicant's identifying information (Name, date of birth, Social Security number, and address) through the National Sex Offender Registry, which is linked to all fifty states (including the District of Columbia).

Advanced-People-Search sex offender search will typically provide the following information:

  • Applicants name, birth date, and address
  • Nature of the offense
  • State in which they are registered as a sex offender
  • Additional court information (variable by state)

Let us help you keep your family and those around you safe from the menace posed by sex offenders in your community.


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