Registered Sex Offenders

Registered Sex Offenders

Due to health concerns related to COVID-19, our administrative offices are currently closed. RSO services and Homeless check-ins will be delayed until April 6, 2020.

Change of addresses & Initial registrations can be completed via Certified Mail.

Please mail to:



EVERETT, WA, 98201 

Please include the following in your letter: FULL NAME, Date of Birth, Phone #, Prior Address, New Address & Email address if available for contact DOC CCO (if on Supervision)

Why CERTIFIED MAIL? This will provide tracking and proof of when you sent the letter.

Furthermore it is a requirement as part of RCW 9A.44.130. If for some reason the post office

Reduces hours or is closed then we will update procedure at that time on this page.

*** If you are required to get fingerprints we will reach out and have you return at a later date 

to complete the registration process. 

HOMELESS OFFENDERS: Please keep track of where you are staying during this delay in weekly check-in. You will be able to provide copies of where you were during this time once we start weekly check-in again.

RELEASING FROM CUSTODY / ON DOC SUPERVISION: Please send letter in for initial registration. Please see above list of requested info. Please ensure you include your CCO so we can communicate regarding your registration.

Check back Monday April 6th, 2020 for updates to the process. 

There is potential for an extension or a change in the normal 

process/location to be able to facilitate registration. 

You may also visit for general updates to the Sheriff’s Office during this time.


Thank you for your understanding during this time. If you still have questions regarding the process, please reach out to the RSO unit for further clarification.


Sex offenders have always lived in our communities, but it was not until passage of the Community Protection Act of 1990, which mandated sex offender registration, that law enforcement knew where they were living. Citizen abuse of this information to threaten, intimidate, or harass registered sex offenders is illegal and such abuse could potentially end law enforcement’s ability to do community notifications. Because sex offenders drive their power through secrecy, the only person who wins if community notification ends is the sex offender.

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