WI Sex Offender Registry
The Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry is maintained by the Sex Offender Registration Program (SORP). The Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification law allows for the collection and dissemination of information related to certain sex offenders.
Information included in the Registry is available to law enforcement agencies, victims, neighborhood watch groups and the general public. Access for each of these groups is limited to certain types of information. Information about juveniles who are required to register is not available to the public.
The Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry displays the current reported home address of adult sex offenders who are required to register and who are living in the community. Some of these registrants may also be under community supervision (probation, parole or extended supervision) by a DOC agent and must follow additional rules of supervision. Others may have discharged from DOC supervision but are still required by law to register their address and other pertinent information on the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry. The Registry also provides valuable information about the ways in which individuals and communities can protect themselves and those they love from acts of sexual violence.
Wisconsin's Sex Offender Registry