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Anyone wishing to download it should search for "Michigan State Police. Users can sign up for breaking updates from one of 30 state police posts that covers their community or any post they choose. Push notifications will provide instant alerts about crashes, arrests, investigations, community events, education and prevention.
WLUC - Beginning Thursday, Michiganders can download a free mobile app that allows users to follow the MSP post that covers their area to receive breaking news and information. With 30 MSP posts statewide, MSP Mobile was designed to allow users to follow the post that serves their community or any post of their choosing. Users can opt to receive push notifications that will instantly alert them to traffic crashes, arrests, criminal investigations, community events and other education and prevention information.
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We are in the process of validating and attaching photos to sex offender registrations. Some photos may not be available until the loading of photos has been completed. The Michigan State Police have gone to great lengths to assure the accuracy of the match of the photo to the sex offender.
The sex offender registry is a clearinghouse of names, contact information, and other data about people who have been convicted of a sexual crime. Offenders remain on the registry for 15 years to life, depending on the crime for which they are found guilty. The Michigan Supreme Court in August declared it unconstitutional that changes lawmakers made to the registry in and retroactively applied stricter limitations and lifetime registration requirements on offenders who were convicted before the changes went into effect.
The act requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement information provided by a state concerning registered sexual offenders may be obtained. In Michigan, convicted sex offenders must register with the Sex Offender Registry. The Michigan State Police are responsible for maintaining this registry.
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The Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry is available for residents to search around their neighborhood. This registry is made available through the Internet with the intent to better assist the public in preventing and protecting against the commission of future criminal sexual acts by convicted sex offenders. The offense link available on the offender details page reflects the current statute and due to continuous legislative changes, may not be indicative of the statute at the time the offender was convicted. The MSP frequently updates the registry in a continuous effort to provide complete and accurate information.