Sexual Offender Registry Information

The following information is provided as a public service.

It concerns the registration requirements of those convicted in Florida criminal courts of sex offenses.

There are two designations in Florida: sexual offenders and sexual predators.

A sexual predator or sexual offender subject to required registration.All offenders must report in person to the Sheriff’s Office in the county in which he/she resides.

Additionally, ReRegistration requirements apply to both sexual predators and sexual offenders who have been released from sanctions for their qualifying sex offense, as well as those currently under some form of supervision with the Department of Corrections, Department of Juvenile Justice, or those under federal supervision.

A sexual predator or juvenile sexual offender adjudicated must report in person to the Sheriff’s Office in the county in which he/she resides or is otherwise located to ReRegister FOUR times per year- once during the month of his/her birth month and every 3rd month thereafter.

A sexual offender that has not been adjudicated delinquent, must report to the Sheriff’s Office in the county in which he or she resides.

A sexual offender who has been convicted of a crime or crimes in the statute sections listed below must report in person to the Sheriff’s Office in the county in which he/she resides or is otherwise located to ReRegister FOUR times per year- once during the month of his/her birth month and every 3rd month thereafter:

Section 787.01, where the victim is a minor and the offender is not the victim’s parent or guardian
Section 787.02, where the victim is a minor and the offender is not the victim’s parent or guardian
Section 794.011, excluding s. 794.011(10)
Section 800.04(4)(b), where the court finds the offense involved a victim under 12 years of age or sexual activity by the use of force or coercion.
Section 800.04(5)(b)
Section 800.04(5)(c)1., where the court finds molestation involving unclothed genitals or genital area
Section 800.04(5)c.2., where the court finds molestation involving unclothed genitals or genital area
Section 800.04(5)(d), where the court finds the use of force or coercion and unclothes genitals or genital area.
Any attempt or conspiracy to commit such offense.

A violation of a similar law in another jurisdiction.

A sexual offender subject to registration who has not been adjudicated delinquent and who has not been convicted of one of the crimes listed above must report to the Sheriff’s Office in the county in which he/she resides or is otherwise located to ReRegister TWO times per year- once during the month of his/her birth month and every 6th month thereafter.