Police Department

Sexual Offenders Registration

Sexual Offenders Registration

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION:

Due to the current State of Emergency as a result of COVID-19, the Fresno Police Department has modified the registration process to stay consistent with State and local public health guidelines regarding physical distancing. If you reside within the City of Fresno, you can still report registering at 110 “M” Street, Fresno, CA 93721 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays: 09:00 am -12:00 pm. The registration office has established procedures during this time to allow for physical distancing and request that individuals maintain a minimum of 6 feet from other people. The registration process is currently taking place outside of the registration office to allow for greater physical distancing. The registration officers are visually confirming the registrant’s identity and verbally confirming the registrant’s current information is correct and up to date (address, phone number, vehicle information, etc.) prior to updating the person’s registration. Pursuant to Executive Order N-63-20 signed by Governor Gavin Newsome on May, 7th 2020, these procedures will be in place for a minimum of 60 days from that date. If you are sick, believe that you possibly have COVID-19, or have medical conditions or other concerns, please contact the PC 290 Unit at (559) 600-8068 or email the PC Unit at PC290Unit@fresno.gov so other arrangements can be made to update your registration without requiring registrants to physically respond to the registration office.

The PC 290 Unit properly register and monitor all persons required to register as sex offenders within the City of Fresno. Our team conducts fair, impartial, and professional investigations into allegations of registration violations by a partnership with parole, probation, and prosecutors on registrant compliance.

The Fresno Police Department is responsible for approximately 500,000 citizens throughout a 100 square mile city. The Fresno Police Department PC 290 Unit monitors approximately 2,400 registered sex offenders within that population. The state Megan’s Law website is available to residents to search for registered sex offenders living in their neighborhoods. Moreover, the website contains background information regarding the Megan’s Law  program and answers to commonly asked questions regarding sex offenders.

In an attempt to provide additional information to the public, we’ve compiled answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding sex offenders residing in the city of Fresno:

After reviewing the frequently asked questions and you still suspect an offender is out of compliance, please contact the department’s PC 290 Unit at (559) 600-8068 or email the PC Unit at PC290Unit@fresno.gov