Megan's Law


The State Office of the Attorney General of the State of California is now providing Megan's Law Information.  Local jurisdictions no longer independently maintain or present sex offender information.  You can view the current information from the State Attorney General's website

Members of the public can also view the Megan’s Law sexual offender database computer in the Long Beach Police Department's Community Relations Division, located at 333 West Broadway, Suite 100, (at the corner of Broadway and Chestnut Avenue) in Long Beach. Citizens who would like to view the data base are required to present a current California Driver's license or Identification Card and sign a statement verifying that they are not a registered sex offender. The viewing of the data base will be supervised by Community Relations Division personnel, who will instruct the viewer on how to use the system.

The database can be viewed Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm – no appointment is necessary.  For more information, please contact the Community Relations Division at (562) 570-7215.

Since July, 2006, all 50 states are participating in the National Sex Offender Public Registry.  Information is available from Department of Justice on their Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website.