Sexual Predator and Offender Registration
All convicted sexual predators and offenders living in Miami-Dade County are required by law to register and reregister in person. This can only be done at the Special Victims Bureau; no other police district station or municipality have the ability to complete any part of the registration process.
All convicted sexual predators are required by law to reregister in person four times a year. All sexual offenders are required by law to reregister two times a year, in some cases four times a year. Failure to comply with this requirement is a third-degree felony.
To read more about sexual predator and offender obligations please visit ‘FDLE Notice of Sexual Predator and Sexual Offender Obligations’
Additionally, any sexual predator or offender maintaining a transient address must report in person to the Special Victims Bureau on the specified date assigned by a member of the registration office (every 30 days), failure to report is a third-degree felony.
To read more about transient sexual predator and offender obligations please visit ‘FDLE Notice of Transient Sexual Predator and Sexual Offender Obligations’