Whether the offender has been designated "high risk" by the Department of Corrections. You will need to report to the nearest Vermont State Police barracks to be fingerprinted and photographed. Internet posting based solely on the offense for which the person was convicted applies to persons who were:.
The department shall electronically post information on the internet regarding the following sex offenders, upon their release from confinement:. Identify Offenders Near You. The registry updates and stores this information in their database.
View Profile. Name and any known aliases Date of birth General physical description Digital photograph Town of residence Date and nature of conviction Name and telephone number of the local Department of Corrections office in charge of supervising the registrant.
Community notification by local law enforcement agencies is not required by law. Community Notification Members of the public may contact their local law enforcement agency or VCIC at if they have concerns about persons who may be registered with the Vermont Sex Offender Registry.
Sex offenders in Vermont must report any change to the registered information within 24 hours.
Individuals who have not complied with or are ineligible for sex offender treatment as recommended by the Department of Corrections. The identity of a victim shall not be released. The following registrant information will be posted to the Vermont Sex Offender Registry intenet site:.
SOR vermont. State statute requires that the requestor provide the name of a subject as the basis for the query. SOR registrants who are interested in obtaining information on how to obtain a risk assessment at their own expense should follow the below link:. Registrants must inform the registry within 3 days of any change to any of their information including address, employment, school, if there is someone under 18 living in the household, telephone number.
Where do I register? Internet posting based solely on the offense for which the person was convicted applies to persons who were:. Persons who were convicted out-of-state are not posted to the internet based solely on the offense for which they were convicted. An individual who believes that they are not required to have their information posted on the Vermont Sex Offender Registry web site, or who believes the information on the web site contains errors, may challenge their status by contacting the Director of the Vermont Criminal Information Center in writing clearly identifying themselves, the information in question and the reason the information is in error.