BustedGrid.com Announces the Addition of Information from Los Angeles County, California to Busted! Offenders

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Busted! Offenders Aggregates Sex Offender Registry Information for Residents to Search by Name or Zip Code.

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BustedGrid.com, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of sex offender registry information from Los Angeles County, California to BustedOffenders.com. The website aggregates sex offender registry information from across the nation, making it easy to find registered offenders by name or location.

Busted! Offenders now has information about more than 9,500 registered sex offenders living in Los Angeles County and more than 40,000 more offenders residing in the state of California. Busted! Offenders is the simplest way to search for information about registered sex offenders living throughout the nation without visiting multiple law enforcement websites.

With approximately 400,000 registered sex offenders living in the US, Bustedoffenders.com serves as a valuable research tool providing photos, locations, and descriptions of sex offenders in Los Angeles County. Offender data may include conviction information, risk determinations, victim age, and gender.

The launch of Bustedoffenders.com is a key step in the evolution of BustedGrid.com which provides crime information along with resources to prevent and deter criminal activity. Busted! Grid provides access to arrest and booking information through Bustedmugshots.com while making national sex offender information easy to find through Bustedoffenders.com.

The inclusion of Los Angeles County information on Busted! Offenders offers residents in the Los Angeles, California area a new resource for raising awareness about sexual offenders living and working in their community.

About BustedGrid.com
BustedOffenders.com is part of the BustedGrid.com network, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information that empowers citizens to be aware of criminal activity, be informed in their communities and be proactive in the ongoing fight against crime.

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