Tier II - These registrants have been convicted in Maryland of a crime listed below or convicted in another jurisdiction of a Tier II offense. Detention Center. The attorney general's office is examining the cases and will fight in court when it sees the opportunity. That ended Robin Lippold's summer crime spree, which included other burglaries and a rape.
Sign In. Many of the people who have been taken off the registry committed their crimes and were convicted before it was set up; others were prosecuted more recently for conduct that happened long ago. Homeless sex offenders are also more difficult to register and without an address the registry is unable to tell the public where the offender lives.
We offer training to youth serving organizations, professional organizations, community groups and parent groups. What does a Sex Offender Look Like? If a zip code appears to have no registrants in residence, this does not mean that registrants have not moved into the zip code without notifying the Department.
Any attempt to commit one of the offense listed immediately above.
Resident and non-resident Child Sexual Offenders must register, in person and annually either for ten years or for life, with the designated local law enforcement unit serving the jurisdiction in which the registrant lives or where a non-resident registrant works or attends school.
Children and parents need to know and to understand that anyone can be a sexual predator, no matter how "normal" they appear. Non-resident registrants who are working or attending school in Maryland must register for the period of time specified for the category of registration, or until the registrant's employment or student enrollment in Maryland ends if that occurs before termination of the registration period.
Sex offenders must make themselves aware of the laws regarding registration. All registrants must initially register with a supervising authority or with the designated local law enforcement unit within:.