The U.S. Congress passed three laws that require States to keep track of sex offenders; the Wetterling Registration Act, the Lynchner Tracking and Identification Act and Megan’s Law. On March 5, 2003, The Supreme Court ruled that information about potential predators may be posted on the Internet.
The information is available and you have the right to see it. But the problem is that access is very difficult. You have to know the name of the individual you are looking for and in many States you must go to your police station and complete a request form. In some States there is a fee and limit to view only two names
The Solution - Predator Report
Now in the privacy of your home you can view the same information displayed on a map of your neighborhood. The free service provides the number of predators in your neighborhood. You can then choose to purchase the full service, which includes details about those sexual offenders, including specific addresses. The full service search is based on your exact address.