Please click on the link below to enter the Asotin County “OffenderWatch” website.

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If you have any questions about the sex offenders listed above please feel free to contact Sgt. Tammy Leavitt at the Asotin County Sheriff’s office 9:00-4:00, Monday-Friday.

SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION

The Asotin County Sheriff’s Office is releasing the following information pursuant to RCW 4.24.550, which authorizes law enforcement agencies to inform the public when the release of information on convicted felony sex offenders, who are required to register, will enhance public safety and protection.

The individuals who appear on this website has been convicted of a sex offense that requires registration with the Sheriff’s Office.  His/her criminal history places him/her in a classification, which reflects the potential of re-offend.  HE/SHE IS NOT WANTED BY THE POLICE AT THIS TIME.

The individual has served the sentence imposed on them by the courts and has advised this office that they are living at the location below.  An informed public is a safer place.  Notification is not intended to increase fear.  Sex offenders have always lived in our communities.  The Asotin County Sheriff’s Office has no legal authority to direct sex offenders as to where they may live, work, or regularly be found.  Unless restricted by a court order, sex offenders are constitutionally permitted to live wherever they choose.

Using this public information to threaten, intimidate, or harass sex offenders will not be tolerated by the enforcement agencies of Asotin County.  This abuse could potentially terminate our ability to release this important information to the public.

LEVEL I – Least likely to re-offend.

LEVEL II – More likely to re-offend

LEVEL III – Most likely to re-offend.

SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR SELF-PROTECTION:

1.  You and your children should be continually aware of who is around you.  If they are unfamiliar to you, don’t put yourself in jeopardy.

2.   Be aware of where your children are.  Try to establish a time share child watching effort for children playing in the neighborhood.

3.  Establish neighborhood safe havens for children as well as adults.

4.  Urge your children to play in the are of other children, and caution them to not go anywhere with strangers.

5.  Plan methods of escape, routes of escape and methods of self protection.