Tier II Sex Offenses include: Additionally, some states have a fee and limit individuals to viewing the names of only two registered sex offenders at a time. The public accessibility is limited by each state, so some states may give the name, address, and have a picture of the convicted sex offender while others give greater detail as to the nature of the crime. You can get detailed information about offenders in your area including names, aliases, maps, photos, addresses, and offenses. There is a national website that has links to the registry in each state and territory associated with the United States. Information on registered sex offenders is available and you have the right to access it, The problem is that locating that information can be very difficult. Canada and the United Kingdom only allow law enforcement agencies access to the sexual offender registries, but the United States Sex Offender Registry is open to the public. For instance, if the registered sex offender is prohibited from situations where they will be in direct contact with children, the offender should not expect to be successful in obtaining employment at a place such as a zoo or amusement park where they will likely have direct contact with children on a daily basis. Some areas only require sex offenders to register their name, while others hold restrictions on residency. Kids Live Safe's nation-wide database is updated immediately when new information on registered sex offenders is available. Now in the privacy of your home, you can view information about all registered sex offenders in your area, including how close they reside to your own home and your children, all displayed on a convenient map of your neighborhood. Background on Registered Sex Offender Laws: Some convicted of crimes against minors are restricted from being in the general presence of minors, including family members. From the privacy of your own home, Kids Live Safe sends New Offender Email Alert notifications containing information on new registered sex offenders found in your area. Solution to the Sex Offender Epidemic: On March 5, , The Supreme Court ruled that information about registered sex offenders may be posted on the Internet.