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Sex Offender Information
Find sex offenders in Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Department of Corrections sex offender registry was established in June due to the enactment of Wisconsin Act - Wisconsin Statutes This law requires registration of individuals who have been convicted of certain sexual offenses. By law, the registry generally contains information on those individuals who were convicted, adjudicated, incarcerated, or on supervision for a sex offense on or after December 25, It is not a list of every person who has ever committed, been arrested for, or convicted of a sex offense.
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Wisconsin Sex Offenders
The aim of establishing the law is to protect residents of the state from re-offending sex offenders. The law ensures that persons convicted of a sexual crime in Wisconsin must register upon release from jail, parole, or probation. The duration of registration is between 15 years and a lifetime. The length depends on the nature of the sex crime committed by the offender.
In some cases the scam caller has claimed there is a warrant for the registrant's arrest or states there is a court order to obtain a new DNA sample. The scam caller tells the registrant the ONLY way the issue can be resolved is by buying a cash card or arranging a money transfer, citing the need for bail or a fine payment. Anyone receiving such a scam call should not make ANY transaction or provide any information and should contact local Law Enforcement or the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry main line at This data is being provided on the Internet to make the information more easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individual. Additional information about ways to reinforce personal protection is available in our on-line publications and on the Department of Corrections Victim Web Site.