Information for Sex Offenders
IDOC Sex Offender Community Supervision/Registration
Sex offenders under supervision with IDOC must adhere to the State of Idaho registration requirements, strictly follow the Sex Offender Agreement of Supervision, have monthly contact with their Probation and Parole Officer, and submit to all polygraph testing and treatment requirements.
State of Idaho Sex Offender Registration Requirements
This information pertains to felony adult sex offenders only. Sex offender registration in Idaho began on July 1, 1993, which established a statutory duty for persons convicted of certain felony sex crimes to register with their local sheriff. In 1998, the Legislature repealed the original act and enacted the "Sexual Offenders Registration Notification and Community Right-to-Know Act" to strengthen program administration and to expand public access to central registry information. The new registration law became effective July 1, 1998, under code Title 18, Chapter 83, Idaho Code (sections 18-8301 through 18-8329).
All clients under supervision with IDOC must strictly adhere to registration laws and are subject to prosecution for a felony, Failure to Register, for any non-compliance.
- Title 18 School and Children Restrictions
18-8329 ADULT CRIMINAL SEX OFFENDERS -- PROHIBITED ACCESS TO SCHOOL CHILDREN
- Title 18 Employment Restrictions
18-8327 ADULT CRIMINAL SEX OFFENDER -- PROHIBITED EMPLOYMENT
Registration Time Requirements Post Release and Sentencing
All sex offenders are required to register their address with the local Sheriff's Department no later than two (2) working days after sentence is imposed or judgment is withheld.
Address/Name Changes: All sex offenders must notify the local registration office in written form of any address or name changes within two (2) business days of such change.
Annual Registration: All clients are required to register annually with their local Sheriff's office. Registration verifications are mailed every four (4) months after the initial registration is completed and will have the day/month the offender is required to register annually. Sex offenders are required to fill out the verification forms and returned by mail within seven (7) days of original stamped mailing date. Annual registration is required and failing to register in the state of Idaho is a felony. All failure to register cases will be referred to local law enforcement to be charged as such by IDOC staff.
Out-of-State Transfers: All sex offenders are required to register within the transfer receiving state within ten (10) days of relocation and to notify the initial registration office of the relocation with the new out-of-state address within five (5) business days.
NOTE: All change of address requests must be properly investigated and approved by your supervising probation and parole officer PRIOR to changing residence locations. Failure to make the proper request will result in a probation violation being filed with your sentencing court.
Idaho Sex Offender Registry Contact Information
Central Sex Offender Registry
700 S. Stratford Dr., Ste. 120
Meridian, ID 83642-6251