Louisiana state police sex offender website
The AFIS is known to provide positive, real time identification quickly and accurately.
The Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information not only sets quality control standards but also offers the technical assistance required to maintain such a large repository.
On January 1, 2008 Louisiana legislature amended the state's existing sex offender registration laws to bring them into conformity with the provisions of the new Adam Walsh Act.You may confidentially register as a user and we will update you with information on any addresses you may be concerned about. Visit the JPSO Sex Offender website to search for offenders in your area.In the state of Louisiana, the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information is charged with the management and maintenance of criminal history records and the dissemination of this data to applicants who are approved by law to receive this information.The registration was done by local law enforcement agencies.The sheriff's offices and police departments receiving sex offender registration information were required to forward the offender's fingerprints and related information to the Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Office of State Police, Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information (the Bureau).
The Louisiana Department of Corrections supplies information to this database which is then posted on their website.