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Valley App Of The Week: Sex Offender Registry Archives

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750,000 Current & Past Sex Offenders ALL 50 STATES. EVEN IF AN OFFENDER NO LONGER HAS TO REGISTER CHANCE ARE THEY ARE LISTED HERE. You may have neighbors that were convicted but are no longer required to register. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO KNOW WHO LIVES AROUND YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN.

The One-of-a-Kind App That Can Truly Make You Safer ... We Have Both Current Sex Offenders And Past Sex Offenders (That No Longer Have To Register In The Official Registry). ONCE PUBLIC RECORD ALWAYS PUBLIC RECORD.

Currently over 750,000 registered sex offenders in the U.S. As years go by, these criminals are set free to live as our neighbors mostly going unnoticed. Some Sex Offenders often commit crimes again and again and can threaten the safety of our communities. Most online listings are incomplete and only contain current offenders. You need to know who may put you and your family in danger. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS PAST

Our latest release, SEX OFFENDER ARCHIVES puts the power of knowing -- In your hands. The SEX OFFENDER ARCHIVE app, is the only sex crime archive application in the world that actually archives sex offender records.

We have taken the same advanced technology and attention to detail that we have implemented in our websites, to bring you the most comprehensive listing of current and past offenders. This listing can be a useful tool in knowing if the people living in your area (or wherever you choose) have a history of sexual offenses.



 

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