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Access to the web application is mandated to be available to the public at all Sheriff’s Departments and at Police Departments in cities with a population of 200,000 or more, and through the California Department of Justice.
Information on the web application includes the high-risk or serious sex offender’s name; aliases; photograph (available on more than 65 percent of the individuals) physical description; ethnicity; date of birth; scars, marks, and tattoos; registered sex offenses; and county and zip code based on last registered address.
California's Megan's Law requires that certain information about sex offenders be made available upon request to members of the public, so that the public is better prepared to protect themselves and their children.
The intent of this information s to empower citizens with data to assist them in making informed decisions regarding personal and family safety.
California’s Megan’s Law further expanded the information available in 1996.
Megan's Law is named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed by a known child molester who had moved across the street from the family without their knowledge.
In the wake of the tragedy, the Kanka's sought to have local communities warned about sex offenders in the area.
At present, staffing consists of three police officer-rank computer forensic examiners.
The 290 Team consists of one supervisor, four detectives, one administrative detective and one full time Crime Data Specialist.
The team is committed to ensuring sex registrants living within San Jose are in compliance and take enforcement actions on those that are failing to comply.
The unit works closely with the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office, which prosecutes cases involving sex registrants who are out of compliance.
SEARCH FOR REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Megan’s Law Web Application - Search State database of registered sex offenders with local maps and details.