Denver sex offenders map

At least 30 states have some form of residency, proximity, and even work restriction law in place, and they are starting to increase with popularity after years without new restrictions. I just won’t lie to you and pretend it is a cakewalk Below are a few general tips on finding housing. In the years since I began seeking housing lists, agencies that interact with registered citizens have increased awareness of the special challenges of finding housing for registered citizens and are starting to make note of programs for registrants. Local registry offices may have a lead or two. Many of the lists on the DoC sites are online. Georgia’s list is “THOR”, for example. If you do a search “sex offender housing ,” you might find some lists.

It seems ironic to suggest visiting a public registry website, but websites that have mapping software like Family Watchdog may assist you by showing where registered citizens live in a community. I’m not going to post a direct link since I’m not promoting them but I’m sure you can find one online without my help. They are out there, its just a long, difficult process. In my previous experience, it took 33 over 130 calls before I found a place that would accept registered citizens in 2007 but only 33 calls in 2014. It is better to be up-front about asking if prospective landlords rent to registered citizens than to lie to get in only to be ousted later. You will be added at that point to a list that will be added to a list that carries an equally bad stigma– the Eviction registry.