Busted! Offenders Adds Sex Offender Registry Information from Indianapolis, Indiana

The BustedOffenders.com website keeps citizens informed about sex offenders in their community

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(PRWEB) January 22, 2013

Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of sex offender registry from Indianapolis, Indiana to the Busted! Offenders database. The comprehensive database has added over 2,100 registered sex offenders living and working in the Indianapolis community. With Busted! Offenders, residents are able to monitor sex offenders by name and address.

The Busted! Offenders comprehensive database of registered sex offenders includes over 400,000 offenders from police jurisdictions across the country. By using the tool, parents are able keep their family safe by being aware of registered sex offenders who come in contact with their children. Users are able to view photos, descriptions of crimes, locations, conviction information, risk determinations, victim age/gender, and more.

Recently, deputies in Indianapolis have started to use new license plate readers to keep track of sex offenders in the community. The readers allow officers to find offenders within seconds and are mostly used in high traffic areas frequented with children like schools, parks and shopping malls. Since Busted! Offenders gets its data from police databases, residents are able to see the same information as local law enforcement.

By using the subscription service, users have access to unlimited searching, viewing of maps, reports, and address monitoring. To find out more about registered sex offenders in Indianapolis or any other city, visit BustedOffenders.com.

About Busted! Offenders:
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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