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Sex Offender Registry
New Hampshire Sexual Offender Registry List (Megan's Law)
Any adult offender convicted of any of the below listed crimes, whether in this state or another, is required to register as a sexual offender for the following time periods: Felony convictions (life), misdemeanor convictions (10 years).

The time frame for offender registration is within 30 days of release (including while under supervision); 30 days of establishing residence; and 10 days of changing address.

Availability of Information to the Public
(Convicted of a Violation or Attempted Violation)
  • RSA 632-A:2, I(1) Aggravated Sexual Assault (sexual penetration with victim under 13 years of age)
  • RSA 632-A:2, II Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault (touching genitals of victim under 13 years of age)
  • RSA 632-A:3, III Felonious Sexual Assault (sexual contact with victim under 13 years of age)
  • RSA 645:1, III Indecent Exposure and Lewdness
  • RSA 651-B:1, V Offender Against Children
  • Or equivalent offense of another state or the federal government

The information available to the public is broken down by city or town and includes the sexual offender's name, address, offense, and court date.

It is estimated that the majority of New Hampshire's registered sex offenders are in compliance with the registration requirement. However, the information listed for some offenders may not be up-to-date where sex offender registrants have failed to comply with New Hampshire's registration laws.

Concord Police Department Sex Offender Tracking and Observation Program (STOP)
The Concord Police Department is committed to enforcing state laws regarding registered sex offender reporting violations. On a weekly basis, patrol officers are assigned to verify several addresses of offenders within the City of Concord, through in-person contact at their residence. Violations and addresses that cannot be verified are investigated further by a detective from the Criminal Investigations Unit, until a lawful resolution is reached.