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CINCINNATI -- Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana list thousands of sex offenders using an interactive map -- a tool that allows you to search and pinpoint the locations of registered sex offenders in your neighborhood and beyond.

According to state officials, registered sex offenders are required to update their address in the registry within three days of moving to a new home or face legal consequences.

CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO SEARCH FOR SEX OFFENDERS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

CLICK HERE IF YOU LIVE IN OHIO

INSTRUCTIONS: Enter your address into the corresponding boxes.

CLICK HERE IF YOU LIVE IN KENTUCKY

INSTRUCTIONS: To view the sex offenders in your Kentucky neighborhood, first click on the flashing link that reads "Click here to show a map radius of a particular address." Then enter your address into the corresponding boxes.

Kentucky's database may currently be experiencing technical difficulties. (Click here if you are experiencing that issue: http://kspsor.state.ky.us/sor/html/SORSearch.htm )

CLICK HERE IF YOU LIVE IN INDIANA

INSTRUCTIONS: To view the sex offenders in your Indiana neighborhood, scroll down to the bottom of the page, click "I agree to the above terms and conditions," then hit continue. Then enter your address into the corresponding boxes.

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