Sex Offender Registration and Exclusion Forms

Application for Exclusion from Internet Disclosure

The California Sex Offender Registry is responsible for determining if any sex offender registrant who applies for exclusion from the Megan’s Law public web site qualifies for exclusion. Registrants whose only registrable sex offenses are for the following offenses may apply for exclusion: (1) felony sexual battery by restraint (Pen. Code § 243.4, subd. (a)); (2) misdemeanor child molestation (Pen. Code § 647.6), or former section 647(a); (3) any offense which did not involve penetration or oral copulation, the victim of which was a child, stepchild, grandchild, or sibling of the offender, and for which the offender successfully completed or is successfully completing probation; or 4) felony child pornography convictions (Pen. Code §§ 311.1, 311.2 subd. (b), (c) or (d), 311.3, 311.4, 311.10, or 311.11) if the victim was at least 16 years of age or older and that fact is documented in an official court document which you must submit to DOJ.

DOJ determines whether a person meets the requirements for exclusion, based on official court documents. Registered sex offenders who are granted exclusion from the Megan’s Law public web site must still register as sex offenders. Please note that it can take anywhere from 30 – 90 days or longer for DOJ to process your application. Access the application form.

Internet Identifier Registration Form

This new 2017 form is to be used only for registrants specified under PC section 290.024.

Pursuant to Penal Code (Pen. Code) section 290.014, subdivision (b), if any person who is required to register Internet identifiers pursuant to Pen. Code, § 290.024 adds or changes an Internet identifier, as defined in Pen. Code, § 290.024, the person shall send written notice by mail of the addition or change to the law enforcement agency or agencies with which he or she is currently registered within 30 working days of the addition or change.

The law enforcement agency or agencies shall make the information available to the Department of Justice.

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT THIS FORM TO THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

Pursuant to Pen. Code, § 290.024, subd. (a), a person who is convicted of a felony on or after January 1, 2017, requiring registration pursuant to the Act, shall register his or her Internet identifiers if a court determines at the time of sentencing that any of the following apply:

(1) The person used the Internet to collect any private information to identify the victim of the crime to further the commission of the crime.
(2) The person was convicted of a felony pursuant to subdivision (b) or (c) of Pen. Code, § 236.1 and used the Internet to traffic the victim of the crime.
(3) The person was convicted of a felony pursuant to Chapter 7.5 (commencing with Pen. Code, § 311) and used the Internet to prepare, publish, distribute, send, exchange, or download the obscene matter or matter depicting a minor engaging in sexual conduct, as defined in subdivision (d) of Pen. Code, § 311.4.

“Internet identifier” means any electronic mail address or user name used for instant messaging or social networking that is actually used for direct communication between users on the Internet in a manner that makes the communication not accessible to the general public. “Internet identifier” does not include Internet passwords, date of birth, social security number, or PIN number.

Access the registration form.

DOJ Online College Course Registration Form

Registrants who attend colleges or institutes of higher education in California are required to register in person with the campus police department of that institution, or in the absence of a dedicated campus police department, the law enforcement agency which has jurisdiction over the location of the campus. (Pen. Code. § 290.01) However, registrants who solely participate in online courses with absolutely no requirement to be present on campus at any time and shall not be present at any time on campus may register as required by Penal Code section 290.01 via the mail with the DOJ Online Course Registration Form. Please note: If any component of the online course requires you to be physically on the campus, you ARE REQUIRED to register IN PERSON. Access the registration form.