According to the state, registered sex offenders are required to update their address in the Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry within three days of moving to a new home. This registry is made available through the Internet with the intent to better assist the public in preventing and protecting against the commission of future criminal sexual acts by convicted sex offenders.
Look for a "name" tab and type in as much or as little information as you know.
The registry also gives users the opportunity to "submit a tip" related to a particular offender or to register for email alerts tied to individual offenders or to a specific geographic area. Find out how the program works. Read exclusive stories only found here. The Michigan State Police offers all citizens the opportunity to search the "Michigan Sex Offender Registry," where you can find where registered sex offenders live, work and attend school.
Copyright Scripps Media, Inc. When you search the state database, you have several options. Have a medicine cabinet full of old prescription medications?
Find out how to check those updates. In most cases, you will want to do a very broad search. The Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry is available for residents to search around their neighborhood.
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