Registered sex offenders in Ohio are required by law to register their home address, work address, and vehicle information with their local.
Jesse Timmerndequas, a twice-convicted sex offender, was sentenced to death for Megan's murder and rape. Megan's parents lobbied for state and federal laws .
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI&I) has established this web site as the official Internet source for Sex Offender Registration.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office has determined that registered juvenile sex offenders will NOT be included in Ohio's Internet sex offender database (ESORN) .
Ohio's Sex Offender Registration Laws (ORC 2950) outline qualifying sex crimes and classification tiers that warrant time on the registry (eSorn).