The Sex Offender Registry Web Site is maintained by the Maine State Police, State Bureau of Identification and is intended to provide the public information concerning the location of registered offenders currently within Maine. To learn more about what information will be provided, please read the Frequently Asked Questions.
The Registry does not contain information on all individuals that have been convicted of sex crimes. Information is only provided for those individuals that are required to register pursuant to Title 34-A MRSA, Chapters 15 and 17. Registration is limited to those individuals sentenced for a qualifying offense. View More +
The registration information contained on this website will be updated on a daily basis to reflect the most current information on file with the State Bureau of Identification. The date the Registry last updated is displayed on each page. Registrants are required to verify their address on a periodic basis and upon a change of address. Upon a request for more information on a particular registrant, the date the Registrant last updated is indicated next to the registrant's address. Registrants may, however, have moved and failed to notify the State Bureau of Identification of their change of address. Information regarding a Maine-convicted registrant who moved out of state will remain available on Maine's Sex Offender Registry until his/her obligation to register has expired. However, information from the registrant may not be updated in Maine once the registrant has relocated to another state. Therefore, information regarding a registrant identified as "moved out of state" may not be current and should not be relied upon. If you are seeking information regarding a registrant who has moved out of Maine, you may wish to search the National Sex Offender Public website at https://www.nsopw.gov. Therefore the State Bureau of Identification can not guarantee the accuracy of the listed address. The Registry updates this information regularly in an effort to assure that the information on the Registry is complete and accurate; however, the Registry makes no representation, express or implied, that the information contained on the Registry is accurate. Neither the State Bureau of Identification nor the State of Maine shall be responsible for any errors or omissions produced by secondary dissemination of this data.
Should you believe that the information contained in the Registry is not accurate please contact the Registry via e-mail or contact the Registry office at 207-624-7270 between the hours of 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
The State Bureau of Identification has received reports of multiple fraud attempts involving individuals contacting registrants claiming they must pay a fine for noncompliance or face jail time. We would like to remind website users and the public that although law enforcement officers do contact registrants for routine business, fines are only imposed by a court of law and law enforcement officers have no role in that process. Registrants who are contacted should hang up and report the incident to local law enforcement.
Questions about this service? Contact the office at: (207) 624-7270 or email SOR.Helpdesk@maine.gov
Sign Up for Alerts
- Sign up to receive notifications about activity in your area. Once your account has been established, you will be notified if a SORNA of 2013 offender relocates within the area you have chosen to monitor. View More +
- The legislation provided that email notification can only be used for registrants subject to SORNA of 2013. If you subscribe to the email notification system, the Registry will send you and email alert when a Tier I, Tier II, or Tier II registrant moves within the area you have chosen to monitor.
- THE REGISTRY CANNOT NOTIFY A SUBSCRIBER IF A REGISTRANT SUBJECT TO SORNA OF 1999 MOVES INTO YOUR AREA. You can search the website by town or zip code to determine if a SORNA of 1999 registrant has a domicile or is residing, working, or attending school in your area.