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Sex Offender Registration

Amanda Comeaux
Telephone 307-633-4733
Office hours: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Monday-Friday except holidays

The Laramie County Sheriff's Department in cooperation with OffenderWatch® (the nation's leading sex offender management and community notification tool) began working together in late 2014.

It is the goal of our office to provide accurate information to the public regarding registered sex offenders and to further build community awareness. To help us achieve this goal we utilize OffenderWatch® to manage and monitor the offender's whereabouts, as well as conduct compliance checks of known addresses within the community.The Wyoming Department of Criminal Investigation is the custodian of all collected sex offender registry data. The DCI provides access to and controls the operation of, "OffenderWatch, which is utilized by the Laramie County Sheriff's Department.

Sheriff Danny Glick says, "Successful community notification is dependent upon two factors, education and communication. It is the responsibility of my office to participate in a collaborative effort with the community to provide accurate and meaningful information to understand who are registered sex offenders and where they reside, work or volunteer. Community Notification empowers the public with knowledge that can be used to protect themselves and their families from becoming a victim."

To view our website, click on the OffenderWatch® icon. Citizens should click on the link "Search for Offenders in Your Area. You can also search by name or address. The mapping and address feature pinpoints exactly where an offender lives. Research frequented neighborhoods and register important addresses (family, friends, daycares, and babysittes...) to receive e-mail notifications. The benefit of registering for this free confidential e-mail alert service is that it allows us to monitor your important addresses for you, thereby keeping you up-to-date of newly registered offenders and making it unnecessary for you to have to check your important addresses daily or even weekly. The alerts are in real time and sent out via e-mail as soon as the offender has registered with the Sheriff's Department. When opening a specific offender's record and you find an error or have a tip, you can click on the "Submit a Tip or Correction for this Offender" (under their photo). You can also sign up to "Register to Track this Offender."

No determination has been made that any individual included in the registry is currently dangerous. The information provided isn't intended to be used to harass registered sex offenders or their families, but simply comply with Wyoming Law. If you have any questions about our community awareness program, please call: (307) 633-4733 or e-mail Amanda Comeaux at