Local Law Enforcement Agencies
Each Maryland County and Baltimore City has a "designated local law enforcement unit" that serves as a local, in-person registration site for Child Sexual Offenders and a mail-in for periodic registration of Sexually Violent Predators.
- Resident and non-resident Child Sexual Offenders must register, in person and annually either for ten years or for life, with the designated local law enforcement unit serving the jurisdiction in which the registrant lives or where a non-resident registrant works or attends school.
- Sexually Violent Predators are required to submit verification of current address to the designated local law enforcement unit in the jurisdiction in which the registrant lives every 90 days for life.
A copy of a registration statement on record with a designated local law enforcement unit may be obtained from the unit by submitting a written request including the reason for the request.
The following are the designated local law enforcement units for Maryland's 23 counties and Baltimore City: