The Virginia State Police has not considered or assessed the specific risk that any sex offender displayed on this web site will commit another offense or the nature of any future crimes that may be committed. Other information on this web site is compiled from reports from law enforcement agencies and correctional facilities. Some places have tried to require around the clock GPS monitoring recently held by the Supreme Court to require Fourth Amendment protections. If an adult, you can never be removed from the registry. For individuals with multiple convictions, however, the registration requirement is LIFE. If you are facing a charge of Failure to Register, or a registration violation, an experienced lawyer will need to go on the offensive on your behalf. Information pertaining to schools, parks and street map data is obtained with permission of and through a license agreement with Service Objects. It can be difficult, even if your registry requirements end. The information on this web site is made available solely to provide information to the public. If you believe that general information on this site is in error, please submit a comment on the comments page. Since information changes quickly, and there may be gaps in data received, the Virginia State Police makes no representation, either express or implied, that the information on this site is complete or accurate. By clicking within this box to proceed, I agree to the terms and limitations as stated. If you are facing a registration requirement, it is crucial to have an experienced attorney closely analyze your case to determine whether alternative charges can be fashioned to avoid that requirement, or to determine whether you could possibly have your time on the registry reduced. While a registered sex offender, however, your very movement and liberty are limited and threatened. Although you are "innocent until proven guilty," with this charge, there is an unspoken presumption that you have violated.