Florida Department of Law Enforcement lists 137 sex offenders in Martin County

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) provides the public with information about Florida sexual offenders and predators in their communities, endeavoring to bring violators to justice.

Through the Public Safety Information Act of 1997, Florida became the first state to list sexual predators and offenders on the Internet and to make the same information available through a 24-hour/day hotline. This Act allowed the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to give the public access to information important to their ability to protect themselves and their families against sexual offenders. Since that time, Florida has continued to lead the nation in legislating strong registration and related sexual offender laws, and effectively implementing these laws through the dedicated efforts of criminal justice partners across the state.

Search by street, neighborhood, city, county or zip code on the FDLE site: http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/offenderSearchNav.do

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1 comment to Florida Department of Law Enforcement lists 137 sex offenders in Martin County

  • ValerieJones

    Landlords, beware! Sex offenders who lie on their applications face no backlash, not even a hand slap. The unfortunate landlord who discovers an unadmitted sex offender on his property must go through the expensive ($400 minimum) and time-consuming (two months, at least) eviction process. The Sheriff’s Office will do nothing, and neither will anyone else.