Be Safe: Research Your Neighborhood for Registered Sex Offenders


Safety is an important element of the apartment renting decision - maybe even the most important - especially if you live alone or have children.

Thanks to Megan's Law, sex offenders in most states must register for a period of time after their conviction with their local law enforcement and update their address each time they move.

ApartmentRatings.com has partnered with FamilyWatchdog.us to match sex offender registry information with apartment, condo and other rental housing addresses.

To view the number of registered sex offenders who live near an apartment complex, select from the drop-downs below.

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What else can you do? Read this information to help prevent sexual assault against women and children:
http://www.rainn.org/get-information/sexual-assault-prevention/avoiding-dangerous-situations
http://www.rainn.org/get-information/sexual-assault-prevention/protecting-a-child-from-sexual-assault


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