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You may now search the Idaho Sex Offender Registry by name and birth date, or zip code, or county.
REGISTRATION AND OBTAINING INFORMATION
Changes to Title 18, Chapter 83, Idaho Code, "Sexual Offender Registration Notification and Community Right-to-Know Act", require all persons with a duty to register as sexual offenders and re-register on an annual basis. This law went into effect July 1, 1998. Registration includes completion of detailed forms, fingerprints and photographs. There is a $80.00 fee due, in cash, at the time of registration. All persons with a duty to register will have to re-register annually, regardless of the date of the last registration. Annual and new registrations will be taken by appointment only. For an appointment please call 208-799-3120. Along with this duty to register, the new law allows the release of sexual offender information to the public upon written request from either the Idaho State Police's Bureau of Criminal Identification or the Sheriff's Office. You may also search the database.
This information is made available for the purpose of protecting the public. It is not to be used for the purpose of harassing or intimidating anyone. A person who uses registry information to commit a criminal act against another person is subject to arrest and prosecution under Section 18-8326, Idaho Code. In addition, please consider the following limitations when using information from the Idaho Sex Offender Registry: The registry does not contain information on all sex offenders. The information is limited by the effective date of the registry (July 1, 1993) and to those offenders who have been convicted of a crime specified in the registry law. The registry does not contain information on those individuals whose illegal sexual behaviors have not come to the attention of the authorities. The Idaho State Police attempts to assure that the registry is accurate and current. Although the registry database is updated on a regular basis, the information can change quickly. You are cautioned, therefore, that the information provided is date sensitive and only reflects that which has been received and subsequently automated by the department. If you have questions about the registry and the information provided, you may call the Idaho State Police, Bureau of Criminal Identification at (208) 884-7305, or log on to their website. Secondary dissemination of registry information requires the inclusion of the above warning and cautionary statements.