The Pasco Sheriff’s Office Sex Offender Unit has the responsibility of registering and monitoring over 700 sexual offenders, predators and career offenders that reside in Pasco County.The unit conducts address verifications at the home of each sexual offender/predator at least four times per year and each career offender once per year. Sexual offenders and predators are required to register either two or four times per year based on their offense which allows the unit to see them at least six to eight times every year. Any violations or complaints received by the sheriff’s office are investigated by the unit and we also work to educate the public on sexual offenders by hosting community presentations and law enforcement training. The unit also handles Convicted Felon Registrations and any criminal investigations regarding registration.
We have provided several links to assist you in understanding the sexual offender and predator laws and responsibilities. We also have several agency links listed to aide you in determining if you have a sexual offender or predator residing in your neighborhood. Some of these links also provide you with the ability to register and receive e-mail alerts for your neighborhood or a specific offender or predators that you choose to monitor. We hope the information we have provided is both useful and informative.
Should you have any concerns about a sexual offender or predator’s compliance with the law you can e-mail the Sex Offender Unit at this address email@example.com or call us duringbusiness hours at 813-235-6170.
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Closed Thursday and holidays
The office is CLOSED to registration daily for lunch, and Holidays.
A Florida License, Florida ID, or D.O.C. ID card is required to register.
All Florida Sex Offenders and Predators are required to abide by the rules set forth in the “FDLE Sexual Predator/Sexual Offender Notice of Responsibilities” form that they sign for during the registration process. This “Notice of Responsibilities” is available for your review in the link below so you may see exactly what rules they are to follow. A Sexual Predator/Offender who is on“Supervision” status will also have a probation officer and will most likely have more sanctions (rules) to follow as set forth by Department of corrections.Contact would have to be made with the appropriateprobation officer to determine their sanctions before determining if there is a violation. The phone numbers for the Department of Corrections Probation offices are as follows: