Busted! Offenders Adds Sex Offender Registry Information from Greenville, South Carolina

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BustedOffenders.com gives families the ability to view and monitor offenders in their neighborhood and community


Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of sex offender registry information from Greenville, South Carolina to the Busted! Offenders database. Over 2,000 registered sex offenders living and working in Greenville have been added to the BustedOffenders.com website. The addition will help ease a family’s safety concerns among people in the city who come in contact with their children.

With a database of over 430,000 registered sex offenders, Busted! Offenders gives users information and alerts to monitor persons of interest. By subscribing to the B! Informed Advantage™, users have access to unlimited searching, viewing of maps, monthly reports, and address monitoring of sex offenders in their area. The searching feature on the website gives users detailed information including photos, descriptions of crimes, conviction information, locations, victim age, and more.

Last week, leading South Carolina politicians met in Greenville to discuss improvements in the state’s system and policies regarding child sex abuse. During the discussion, a review of the current system titled “Silent Tears: Giving a Voice to Child Sexual Abuse” was released. The report outlines a series of recommendations to improve the state’s response to child sexual abuse including better training, investigative techniques and reporting.

Information in the Busted! Offenders database is gathered directly from police jurisdictions across the country and is updated daily. To find out more about registered sex offenders in Sacramento or any other city, visit BustedOffenders.com.

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The Busted! Grid network is 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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