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Arkansas Sex Offenders
Sex Offender Map
The Benton County Sheriff's Office is releasing the information included in this site pursuant to Section 13 of Act of , the Sex and Child Offender Registration and Community Notification guidelines, promulgated by the Commission on Abuse, which authorize Law Enforcement to inform the public of a sex offender's release when the release of such information will enhance public safety and protection. The individual s identified by this feature have been convicted of an offense that requires registration with the Arkansas Crime Information Center. The LEVEL 2 offenders that appear on the website are offenders that were 18 years of age or older at the time of the commission of the sex offense and the victim was 14 years of age or younger. Registered sex offenders who have not yet been assessed with a final community notification level are not included on this website. The Benton County Sheriff's Office has no legal authority to direct where a sex offender lives. Sex offenders have always lived in our communities; but it wasn't until passage of the Sex and Child Offender Registration Act that Law Enforcement even knew where they were living.
Sex Offender Information
The Benton Police Department is releasing the attached information pursuant to Act of and guidelines provided by the Sex Offender Assessment Committee established by that law. The individual who appears on the attached Fact Sheet has been convicted of an offense that requires registration with the Arkansas Crime Information Center. No action on your part is required other than the type of alertness and caution that increases the safety of individuals, families, neighborhoods and communities. Should you observe suspicious behavior on the part of this individual, do not take action on your own, but immediately notify law enforcement. Secrecy is the friend of sex offenders.
The law stipulates that every sex offender in Arkansas either on probation or out of jail should register periodically, to a law enforcement agency in the state. The law came after the death of Megan Kanka in New Jersey. Magan was raped and murdered by a re-offending sex offender. Hence, provide the public, information on sex offenders living in their community.