The Sex Offender Registration Act requires the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) to maintain a Sex Offender Registry. Sex offenders are classified according to their risk of re-offending: low-risk (Level 1), moderate risk (Level 2) and high-risk (Level 3). The Act requires that DCJS also maintain a public Subdirectory on the internet which only includes Level 2 and 3 offenders. Public Subdirectory.
DCJS attempts to ensure that the information in the Subdirectory is accurate and complete. However, the information on the Subdirectory is reported to DCJS by other sources. As a result, DCJS makes no express or implied guarantee concerning the accuracy or completeness of this data.
The information in this Subdirectory must be used responsibly. Anyone who uses this information to harass or commit a criminal act against any person may be subject to criminal prosecution.
Please note that because of a lawsuit filed by The Legal Aid Society on behalf of some sex offenders, not all Level 2 and 3 offenders can be listed on this site at this time. However, even though an offender may not be listed on this site, information about the offender is available through DCJS's 800 # at 800-262-3257.
If you believe that any information found in these records is incorrect, please contact the Sex Offender Registry at the Division of Criminal Justice Services, 80 South Swan St, Albany, NY 12210 or by e-mail. However, if you are a sex offender with questions about your registration, please write to us using the mail and include your full name, address and date of birth.
Offenders must comply with all registration requirements while incarcerated in local jails, state prisons or federal custody.
- Incarcerated: An offender is housed in a local jail or state prison, either located in New York State or another state.
- ICE Custody: An offender is being held in a correctional facility by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
- In Custody: An offender is housed in a federal prison located in New York State.
Law Enforcement Agency Having Jurisdiction
This agency has jurisdiction in the community in which the offender currently lives. This agency may notify the community about sex offenders who live in the jurisdiction. Sign up for relocation alerts.
Previous Conviction(s) Requiring Registration Disclaimer/Additional Information
Beginning Aug. 14, 2014 and going forward, this information is current. Offenders with prior convictions requiring registration prior to that date are being added to the Public Subdirectory. In the interim, if you have questions about a specific offender, you may contact the Sex Offender Registry at 1-800-262-3257 (option 2) for more information. In order to make a telephone inquiry, you must have the offender’s name and at least one other identifier: an exact address, date of birth, driver's license number, or Social Security number.
A supervising agency will be listed if DCJS has been notified that an offender is currently under Parole or Probation supervision for the current registerable offense. The agency listed is responsible for supervising the offender and, among other responsibilities, enforcing any special conditions with which the offender must comply.
Special Conditions of Supervision
Special conditions are listed if DCJS has been notified that an offender is under Parole or Probation supervision for the current registerable offense and DCJS has been notified of those conditions. The supervising agency is responsible for ensuring that the offender complies with those conditions, which are specific to each offender and can restrict the offender's activities based on the nature of his or her crime.