Busted! Offenders Adds Sex Offenders from Pittsburgh County to its Comprehensive Database

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Busted! Offenders keeps families safe by informing them about sex offenders living and working in their community.

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Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of sex offender registry information from Pittsburgh County, Pennsylvania to the Busted! Offenders database. The tool has added over 2,000 registered sex offenders living and working in Pittsburgh County. The addition will allow residents to feel safer by being able to easily monitor sex offenders in their neighborhood.

The publicity of recent instances of child abuse in the area has sparked questions about how we can all be more aware of the people work directly with children. Studies show that most victims of sexual crimes know the attacker and although not every predator has a criminal offense in their past, such information can be crucial in determining who should be trusted with family members.

Busted! Offenders helps keep families safe with a comprehensive database of registered sex offenders that includes photos, descriptions of crimes, locations, conviction information, risk determinations, victim age/gender, and more of registered sex offenders. By using the subscription service, users have access to unlimited browsing, can monitor addresses with the mapping tool, and receive monthly reports of sex offenders in their area.

The Busted! Offenders database contains over 400,000 registered sex offenders from police jurisdictions across the country with additions added regularly. To find out more about registered sex offenders in Pittsburgh County or other cities, visit BustedOffenders.com

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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