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House OKs court-ordered changes to Michigan's sex offender registry
A tool from the state allows you to search for registered sex offenders in your neighborhood and see them on a map. 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. When you search the state database, you have several options. The first is to type in your home address and view a map and list of sex offenders in your area.
Michigan sex offender registry to add search function
Perform a free Michigan public sex offender registry search, including registered offender and pedifile lists, maps, lookups, and databases. The Michigan Sex Offender Registry Search links below open in a new window and take you to third party websites that provide access to MI public records. Editors frequently monitor and verify these resources on a routine basis. Help others by sharing new links and reporting broken links. The Sex Offender Registry is a public database that lets the public know where sex offenders live, work, or attend school.
The new rules, approved by the Senate on Wednesday, Dec. It also would give an offender seven days to register upon conviction. District Judge Robert Cleland had ruled that some changes in the current registry law made in the last two decades were too vague or impossible to enforce and therefore unconstitutional. In , the state prohibited those on the registry from living or loitering within 1, feet of school property.