New Hampshire sEX offenders Search
State Sex Offender Search: New Hampshire
Some states offer online sex offender registries that pose rather formidable obstacles to tackle—hard-to-decipher links, dense pages of text, difficult pages to navigate. New Hampshire’s site, however, is much like the state itself—straightforward, no fussy frills, easy to use. By visiting egov.nh.gov/nsor/ you link to a page that is designed for searching.
New Hampshire’s sex offender registry contains a short body of text in the main portion of the page which is flanked on either side by two concise menus. The left menu contains self-explanatory links for residents, businesses, visitors, government, laws and rules, human resources, kids, etc…Each link relates to New Hampshire government, or more specifically, the official page for New Hampshire government. In fact, the sex offender registry is under the umbrella of the NH government home page.
The short menu on the right side of the screen lists other resources. These are links to: Law, Missing Persons, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and Frequently Asked Questions. Below this, researchers can also link to New Hampshire Police and the Safety Department. For researchers who like simple and direct—this is great. However, other state sites do provide more extensive links to information relevant to this topic.
The middle ground of the page shows a couple of concise paragraphs about the sex offender registry. It explains that the site conveys only those offenses about the offenders that relate to sex offenses against children. There will be no information conveyed about robberies, non-sexual assaults or other crimes listed in this registry about specific offenders. In other words, the record for each offender is not full—it lists only sexual offenses perpetrated against children.
The site simply provides a link for the full disclaimer in this section—similar to what many online state sex offender registries post. It lists a mission statement which explains that the list is for public awareness and safety. It also states that the information can not be used to harm, harass, etc…the listed offenders. This state, like all states, must provide public access to its sex offender registry by federal law.
Below the disclaimer link is a link to a list of the non-compliant sex offenders which constitutes a warrant list. By clicking on the link you will be directed to a page listing these offenders. However, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to use this link. Adobe Acrobat can be downloaded for free. Simply do a Google search for it and you will be able to find the latest free edition for download.
After this, you have a couple data entry boxes where you can search by name or address. If you want the entire list, simply enter nothing in the boxes and click “submit.” As a sample search, click submit. You will be directed to a page listing all of New Hampshire’s registered sex offenders. The page is wonderfully organized. You can scroll down to search by town—the first column. The second column lists a name (this can be clicked on for more information), the third column lists date of birth and the fourth column lists the address. Again, this information is presented in clean, clear and easy-to-navigate columns.
If you require more information about a specific offender, click on the name itself. You will immediately be directed to a page that provides a photo, date photo was taken, full name, date of birth, last reported address, race, sex, height, hair, eye color, weight, court and qualifying offense(s). Again, the presentation of information is concise and easy to read.
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