STEP 1: Call (866) 972-7284 from a touch-tone phone. TTY users please call
STEP 2: If the offender is in custody, you can leave your phone number to be called if that offender is released, transferred or escapes from custody. Enter the phone number where you want to be reached, including area code, followed by the # key.
STEP 3: When the service asks, enter a four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) code that will be easy for you to remember. Write it down and keep your PIN code somewhere safe. The service will ask for the PIN code when it calls you.
STEP 4: If the service calls, listen to the message. When asked, enter your PIN code plus the # key. Entering the PIN code lets the service know that you got the call, and will stop the service from calling you again.
To Register via the Internet:
"Carefully read or print the instructions below by clicking on the printer icon at the top of this page. Then click on the Registration Web site Link in Step 8"
STEP 1: Pick “Search and Register for Offenders”.
STEP 2: Pick “All Facilities” if you are not sure what jail/prison the offender may be housed in. If you do know what jail/prison the offender is in, pick “Choose Facility” to show a list of jails/prisons. Click on the jail/prison to search for the offender.
STEP 3: Type in the last name of the offender. Then type in the full or the first few letters of the first name. Click Search.
STEP 4: Click on the offender you want to register for.
STEP 5: Select how you want to be notified—phone, email or TTY. You can select as many ways you want to be notified. Click Continue.
STEP 6: Enter your phone number and/or email address. If entering a phone number, you will need to enter a four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) code. Enter one that will be easy for you to remember. Write it down and keep your PIN code somewhere safe. The service will ask for the PIN code when it calls you.
STEP 7: Click Register.
STEP 8: Registration Web site Link