Connecticut Sex Offender Law mandates all sex offenders in the state to register their name and home address. The law grants an exemption to offenders convicted as Juveniles. Offenders tried and jailed as adults must register unless a court of law prevents it.
Persons who have been arrested or accused of a sex offense listed in Connecticut General Statutes through are not required to register unless the accusation results in a conviction or a finding of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.
Sex Offender Registry The Connecticut Department of Emergency Services & Public Protection (DESPP) keeps an updated searchable record of sex offenders. Information provided includes the offenders last known address and physical descriptors as well as location, date, and details of the offense.
Another method for searching sex offender in Connecticut or any other state is by using GoLookUp's quick directories. If you want to find out if a particular person, like someone you met online, has ever registered as a sex offender in any state, you can enter their name into one of GoLookUp's public records directories.