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REGISTERING AS A SEX OFFENDER PROCESS IN MAINE

People who have been convicted of an eligible sex offense have the duty of registering on Maine’s sex offender list. This is an active requirement – forms will not be provided to you and meetings will not be scheduled on your behalf. You have to go out of your way to register. The only thing the court will do is tell you whether you have to register as a sex offender and for how long.

After being released from jail or put on probation, the court, jail, or mental health institute will tell you about the sex offender registration process. The initial registration is the most intensive one. You’ll have to provide:

  • Your name
  • Any aliases you use
  • Your date of birth
  • Identifying characteristics like sex, race, height, weight, eye color, and hair color
  • A recent photograph
  • Fingerprints, if they were not already taken during the court process
  • Addresses for where you are going to live, work, and/or go to school
  • Details about any mental health treatment you went through as part of your conviction
  • Details about your conviction.

This information goes to the State Bureau of Identification and the local police department in the town where you are going to live. If you work or go to school in another town, you will have 24 hours to reach out to that police department and notify it of your intentions.

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