Sex Offender Registry
Corrections officials say they have started the process of removing more than 800 names from Maryland’s Sex Offender Registry.
Sex offenders in Maryland can’t be forced to register in the state’s sex offender registry if they committed their crimes before the database was created in 1995.
The Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention is awarding nearly $730,000 to help local police agencies monitor sex offenders.
An Ocean City man who is a registered sex offender has pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography.
Find out if a sex offender lives in your neighborhood.