Prevent the Unthinkable
Longstanding Partner of Law Enforcement
Since 2000, OffenderWatch has partnered with law enforcement agencies across the nation to develop solutions for sex offender registration, verification, and community notification. Over the last two decades, our core technology and network has evolved with the input of thousands of users. The OffenderWatch network group has given insight into not only meeting the minimum requirements of the laws, but also meeting the public safety intent. As you explore our services and products, you will find that we bring you more than just a software program. We also deliver a high level of service and support.
Interconnection Across Local, State, Federal And International Agencies
Working with more than 3,500 local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in 37 states, as well as in the UK and Canada, OffenderWatch enables sheriffs’ offices, police departments, Attorneys General’s offices, U.S. Marshal judicial districts, U.S. attorneys, federal, and state probation and parole agents, department of corrections, and Indian tribes to efficiently monitor, report, and collaborate on the offenders within their specific jurisdictions.
Based on our proprietary network platform, OffenderWatch ensures seamless sharing or transferring of registered sex offender data across jurisdictions and between agencies, using a primary address-be it work, home, or school. The core program is rooted in a unique mapping application, so offenders with “no known address” or homeless and transient offenders can also be accounted for. OffenderWatch also notifies communities both digitally and through traditional mailings about the arrival of registered sex offenders in their neighborhoods based on a radial search encompassing offenders within the sphere of influence.
With more than 900,000 registered sex offenders in the United States, our mission is clear. By partnering with law enforcement and their communities to closely monitor this population, we can collect, store, and transfer as much information as possible on each offender. This ensures the safety of you and your loved ones.