Massachusetts Sex Offender One Stop Resource

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About the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board

About the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board

The Sex Offender Registry Board is the state agency responsible for determining whether persons convicted or adjudicated of particular crimes and who living, working, or attending an institution of higher learning in Massachusetts have a duty to register. If the Sex Offender Registry Board determines that a person is required to register, the Board undertakes a process to determine whether the person poses a risk of reoffending and the degree of dangerousness, if any, that they pose to the public. The Sex Offender Registry Board also is responsible for maintaining an accurate database of convicted sex offenders so that the public, in certain circumstances, may receive information about particular offenders who live or work in their communities.

Updated: February 11, 2017 — 11:59 pm
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