Idaho sex offender website
Whether the courts agree will depend on whether they view registration and the burdens associated with it as a punishment. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit concluded that Michigan's Sex Offender Registration Act goes far enough beyond Alaska's law that applying it retroactively is unconstitutional.
In the 2003 case , the Supreme Court ruled that Alaska's sex offender registry was essentially regulatory and was not punitive enough to violate the Ex Post Facto Clause. The 6th Circuit focused on the act's arbitrary classification scheme, residence restrictions, and burdensome reporting requirements—all features shared by Idaho's law.
The CBI does not post information concerning (1) sex offenders only convicted of misdemeanor sex offenses, or (2) juveniles adjudicated for sex crimes.
You may contact your local Police Department, County Sheriff's office, or the CBI for a COMPLETE list of registered sex offenders in your city, county or state.
You can directly access this page by going to: and avoid potential monitoring by an outside source.
Like Michigan, Idaho requires registrants to immediately report in person even minor changes in their information, such as a new online ID or a newly borrowed car.
If you believe any information found in these records is incorrect or if you have any questions, please contact CBI's Program Support Unit at (303) 239-4222. The CBI also has a tip line for citizens to report the possible location of a sex offender who has failed to register.
You may call the tip line at (303) 239-5732 or your local law enforcement agency to report this information. To determine if a registered sex offender works at a specific business, please contact your local law enforcement agency or the CBI at (303) 239-4222.
If you suspect there are additional criminal history convictions not listed on the website, you may purchase a more complete criminal history at No private or commercial enterprise is authorized to provide links to this site.
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