According to official records, the persons listed on this page have been convicted in a court of law of a crime known as a sex offense. Please note that although we are responsible to maintain accuracy of these pages and our documents, there is always the possibility that a person's name or other information appears by some type of error or mistake. Also note that the persons listed have served their time for the crime committed. This information is provided solely for public awareness and safety. Do Not try to contact these persons, or harass or torment them. If you believe a person's name or other information is incorrect, or have any questions or concerns about an individual listed, please contact the South Portland Police Department.
The Registry does not contain information on all individuals that have been convicted of a sex crime. Registration is limited to those individuals sentenced for a requisite offense on or after June 30, , The registration information contained on this web site will be updated on a daily basis to reflect the most current information on file with the State Bureau of Identification. The date of the last update is displayed on each page. Registrants may, however, have moved and failed to notify the State Bureau of Identification of their change of address. Therefore, the State Bureau of Identification can not guarantee the accuracy of the listed address. Should you believe that the information contained in the Registry is not accurate please contact the Registry via e-mail or contact the Registry office at between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday. There are many individuals with similar names and dates of birth.
Skip to Main Content. Registered Sex Offenders In an effort to safeguard our children and our neighborhoods, the State of Maine maintains a registry of convicted sex offenders, living in Portland, who qualify under the "Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act of The individuals listed on the state's registry are not wanted by the police.
The Law took effect on January 1, , and protects the residents of Maine from re-offending sex offenders. Sex offenders in the state must register within 5 days after getting out of jail or receiving court notification. Duration of registration ranges from 10 years to a lifetime for the legislation.