Megan’s Law


What is “Megan’s Law?”

Enacted in 1996, this federal law requires local law enforcement agencies in all 50 states to notify schools, day care centers, and parents about the presence of certain sex offenders in their area. The law was named for seven-year-old Megan Kanka of Hamilton Township, New Jersey. In 1994, she was kidnapped, raped, and murdered, allegedly by a neighbor who was a twice-convicted sex offender.

Where can I find the website?

To access Megan’s Law website click here.

On this website you can find information on more that 63,000 registered sex offenders including the full addresses of more than 33,500 offenders