Sex offender i n chatham county breaking the ice on dating websites
If the person moves to North Carolina from outside this State, the person shall register within 10 days of establishing residence in this State, or whenever the person has been present in the State for 15 days, whichever comes first.
If the person is a current resident of North Carolina, the person shall register: (1) Within 10 days of release from a penal institution or arrival in a county to live outside a penal institution on or after January 1, 1996; or (2) Immediately upon conviction for a reportable offense where an active term of imprisonment was not imposed on or after January 1, 1996.
The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and the she-riff's office cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information.
Offenders may have moved and failed to notify the registering sheriff's office of that change.
Click through this slideshow to view photos and information of registered sex offenders in Chatham County as of May 24, 2017.
Visit savannahnow.com/datacentral to search our sex offender database using criteria such as conviction, name and address.
E-mail this page Printer-friendly page The North Carolina Sex Offender and Public Protection Registry was established in January 1996 due to the General Assembly's enactment of Article 27A of Chapter 14 of the North Carolina General Statutes (NCGS 14-208.5).
If you have reason-able proof that any of the information con-tained in these records is inaccurate, please contact the county sheriff's office of the county where offender resides.(c) An arresting law enforcement agency shall not provide or make available a copy of a booking photograph in any format to a person requesting such photograph if: (1) Such booking photograph may be placed in a publication or posted to a website or transferred to a person to be placed in a publication or posted to a website; and (2) Removal or deletion of such booking photograph from such publication or website requires the payment of a fee or other consideration.House Bill 845 is designed to stop the numerous unscrupulous websites that publish booking photographs and charge to take them down.A publication entitled "North Carolina Sex Offender Registration Program" has been published by the North Carolina Department of Justice and explains in detail the requirements and process for registration as well as public access to the registry.The information contained in the registry and individual record has been provided by the registrant and/or entities other than the State Bureau of Investigation, Division of Criminal Information.
*No representation is made that the person listed here is currently on the state's offenders registry.