Virginia state police sex offenders website
“We recognize the vital role email plays in regards to communicating with State Police, and appreciate the public’s patience and understanding as we diligently work to resolve this matter,” said Colonel W.Steven Flaherty, Virginia State Police Superintendent. “While during this period we are required to communicate with the public through alternative means, our level of service should not otherwise be affected.” Here’s more from a State Police press release: “Neither the malware nor the email shutdown will affect the Department’s daily field operations in the relation to traffic enforcement, traffic crash investigations, criminal investigations, vehicle inspections, motor carrier safety, Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN/NCIC), Firearms Transaction Program or criminal/non-criminal background checks.The public can still safely access the SOR via the State Police Website at
Those needing to reach State Police during normal business hours on Thursday, April 27, are asked to contact us by telephone.Data is available through interactive maps and /or daily, weekly, or monthly email alerts.Crime incident data is updated nightly and includes: The Sex Offender Registry is maintained by the Virginia State Police.West Virginia State Code §15-12 entitled the Sex Offender Registration Act authorizes the electronic release of information regarding certain sex offenders required to register under West Virginia Law. The information released through this site is as complete as has been currently verified and processed by registry personnel.It should be noted and understood that the information released via this site may be in the process of being verified and/or changed OR the listed offender may have changed information without notifying the West Virginia State Police.