All 50 states are now participating in the National Sex Offender Public Registry web site, according to a memorandum from the U.S. Department of Justice to the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

South Dakota and Oregon have now been added to the Web site, which provides real-time access to public sex offender data nationwide with a single Internet search. The Department of Justice-sponsored site allows parents and concerned citizens to search existing public state and territorial sex offender registries beyond their own states.

“As of July 1st, an important child protection tool is now a truly comprehensive one, with information for all 50 states available nationwide,

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