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Welcome to the Arizona Sex Offender Information page. In 1994 the sexual assault and brutal murder of seven year old Megan Kanka by her neighbor, a recently released sex offender, ignited a national campaign to enact laws requiring communities to be informed about convicted sex offenders living in their neighborhoods.
This page provides information to the public concerning the location of sex offenders in Arizona. 13-3827, the Arizona Department of Public Safety is responsible for maintaining the internet sex offender website and verifying the name, address and photograph of each sex offender in Arizona on an annual basis. This effort resulted in the federal community notification statute labeled "Megan's Law".
Brandishing his gun, the kidnapper ordered Aaron and Trevor to run toward a nearby forest, threatening to shoot if they turned back. Jacob’s mother, Patty Wetterling, spearheaded an all-out effort to find her son. In 2006, another new law, the Adam Walsh Act, established new national standards for the registries, assessed penalties on states that didn’t follow them, built a national Internet database of offenders, established an office to track them, and expanded the registries.