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All sex offenders must re-register on a yearly basis. Those offenders who are homeless or who live in temporary housing, such as a homeless shelter, must reregister every 45 days. Any offender who changes residence or who obtain a new job must come in and notify the Police Department.
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You may come to the public safety complex with picture identification and complete a request form for this information. The form can also be obtained from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website (PDF). This form will be turned over to the Public Information Officer, who will then gather the information you have requested. You will be notified by phone that the information is ready, and you will be asked to return to the police station with picture identification at which time the information will be provided to you. You will only be notified of sex offenders who are classified as Level 2 or Level 3. There is no fee for this service.
You can come to the public safety complex and request this information as described above, or you can also go to the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registration Board's website and obtain this information.
Yes - any sex offender who lives and/or works in Easthampton must register with the Police Department.
Contact our SORB Liaison, Sergeant Chad Alexander via email or at 413-527-1212, ext. 1092. If he is not available, come to the Easthampton Public Safety Complex with a form of identification and an officer will meet with you to go over the necessary forms, take your information and arrange to take your photograph and fingerprints.
Contact the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board at 978-740-6400 and ask them if you are supposed to register.