Updated Maps of QC Sex Offenders: Where Not To Trick-Or-Treat
It's that time of year again. Next week, your children are going to be trick-or-treating around the QCA. Unfortunately, that means they will be knocking on stranger's doors. In an ideal world, every adult your child comes into contact with would be safe, but that's not always the case.
For the last few years, we've kept you up to date with an updated list of sex offenders in the area. City Data keeps the latest lists of sex offenders, with links to each offender’s page on the Iowa Sex Offender Registry. These can be helpful tools for knowing where to trick or treat with your children this Halloween, along with serving as a guide for staying safe year-round.
Below are the latest lists of registered sex offenders in the QCA. It's staggering when you see exactly how many live in our neighborhoods and are in close proximity to parks and museums.
DISCLAIMER: City Data is comprised of information from police records. This list is not all-inclusive, nor are all offenders considered to be of high risk to the community. Additionally, it’s always possible that the offender no longer lives at that address. If you are concerned about a particular threat, please verify the information with local law enforcement.
For more detailed maps, please click on the graphics below.
City Data also has a disclaimer for its site users:
"The information that is displayed on this site derives from official public records. It is possible that information displayed here does not reflect current residence or other information. Users are forewarned that it is incumbent upon them to verify information with the responsible state agency or the local law enforcement agency. Information displayed on this site provides no representation as to any offender's possibility of future crimes. Persons who use information contained on this website to threaten, intimidate, or harass any individual, including registrants or family members may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability under state of federal law. Each state has its own information collection policy. Review individual state conditions before use. Note that not all criminal offenses require registration with the state police, only those covered by the statutes. Note that other people that are not sex offenders can share the same name."