Every parent wants their child to be safe from sexual predators and offenders, especially in their own neighborhoods. If you have suspicions about someone, or you are moving to a new area, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement provides an online service to identify sexual predators and offenders in your area. The online form allows you to search for sexual predators or offenders by specifying a county, city, zip code, and/or pattern for last name.
Parents in our city need to know that their children are safe at all times from sexual predators and offenders and they have the right to know if one of them has moved into their neighborhood.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement provides an online service to identify sexual predators and offenders in our area. These predators and offenders have already been charged, prosecuted and released. They have decided to make Coral Springs their home.
There are approximately 24 sexual predators and offenders that are registered as living in Coral Springs. By registered, it means that all convicted offenders are required to report in person to the Broward Sheriff’s Office to reregister two to four times per year. Starting in 2007 all offenders are required to report all of their e-mail addresses and instant message names to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as well.
The offenders in Coral Springs were charged with a variety of crimes: Many with lewd/lascivious behavior with a child under 16. Also included are sexual battery, sexual Assault, lewd/lascivious with a child under 12, Promoting Sexual Performance with a child and using internet to solicit or attempt solicit a child for sex/lewdness.
Want to find out if a sexual predator lives in your neighborhood? Find out here: http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/Search.jsp
- Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.
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