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Although the College attempts to include only accurate and complete information, the information found on this page reflects information provided to the College from the Division of Criminal Justice Services.


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The College does not independently verify registration information. Users are cautioned that the information provided on this site is information of record that is reported to the College and may not reflect the current residence, status or other information regarding an offender.


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The College makes no express or implied guarantee concerning the accuracy of this data. Risk Levels There are 3 levels of sex-offenders divided by the risk of re-offense, meaning how likely it is that the sex offender will commit another sex related crime.

Sex Offender Obligations Sex offenders have many reporting responsibilities and requirements. Notifying DCJS in writing of a new address no later than 10 days after moving.

Sex Offender Notification

Reporting in person to a local police agency to have a current picture taken every 3 years Level 1 and 2 offenders or every year Level 3 offenders. Notifying DCJS in writing of any school they are attending, enrolled in, living at or employed.


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  8. Local law enforcement agencies — as defined under the New York State Sex Offender Registration Act — in the communities where offenders live or go to school can release information to 'entities with vulnerable populations,' which could include a school, nursing home or day care center, for example. Those law enforcement agencies can release the same information about offenders that is available via the toll-free number.

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