Sex Offender Compliance Operation Conducted In Escambia County, AL

August 9, 2019

Federal, state and local law enforcement teamed up this week for “Operation Summer Sweep” — compliance checks on registered sex offenders in Escambia County, Alabama

Operation Summer Sweep was a joint operation conducted by the Escambia County (AL) Sheriff’s Office to verify all registered sex offenders within the county.

Over a three-day period beginning Monday, about 30 law enforcement officers checked the compliance of 97 sex offenders identified as living in Escambia County, Alabama, with the Sex Offender Registration Act, and officers assessed each offender’s possibility of becoming a reoffender. There were no arrests, according to Sheriff Heath Jackson.

The Escambia County (AL) Sheriff’s Office was joined by the U.S. Marshals Southern District of Alabama, Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles, Atmore Police Department, Brewton Police Department, East Brewton Police Department, Flomaton Police Department and Escambia County (AL) Community Corrections.

To search the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency sex offender database, click here.

Comments

6 Responses to “Sex Offender Compliance Operation Conducted In Escambia County, AL”

  1. Just saying on August 10th, 2019 7:50 am

    @ Cindy. Move them in with you. Or would that be unsafe for your family? @ John Doe. Hmmm I have a suggestion. Don’t like the laws. MOVE!!! @ Miss Baby maybe you should go on one of those phony afternoon talk shows and Maybe someone will listen.

    Great job by all officers !!!

  2. john doe on August 10th, 2019 12:34 am

    I am a sex offender, over a misdemeanor from another state. I don’t have to register in ANY state but here, because what I did was a misdemeanor and not a true sex crime.
    the laws here are ridiculous. The state dosent adhere to the federal three tier structure. The state groups High level offenders with low level offenders. When this state re arranges its laws to watch the ones whom need to be watched, leave the ones who don’t alone, and change the law period to not have any misdemeanor case from any state that don’t have to register no where else but here, off the registry….. maybe things would be structured better….

    Yall got your hard earned tax dollars being wasted on people like me ( thousands of people here ) and focus on actual offenders, and something mite be achieved.

  3. Miss Baby on August 9th, 2019 11:21 am

    Well just my 2 cents I think some of them should be watched very close because of the crime they have done , But there is some on the list I know and have know most of my life and was wrongly accused of the crime. And to have to be put out there this way is unreal… just me

  4. Tom Vino on August 9th, 2019 11:16 am

    Now that’s a program I can wrap my head around. I am so sick of these donut strikes, coffee with a cop, dancing cops, etc. Kudos to those who put this together. Police work for a change.

  5. Cindy on August 9th, 2019 9:10 am

    Homeless SO’s are living in tents in the woods all over the county. I don’t understand why there can’t be special housing for them so we know where they are and can keep track of them.

  6. My2Cents on August 9th, 2019 8:50 am

    Hopefully everyone was where they should be. Just because no arrests were made doesn’t mean that all is well.





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