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Megan's Law

Megan’s Law makes available to adults and organizations information on “serious” and sex offenders in their local community.  The information on a registered sex offender includes:

  • name and known aliases;
  • age and sex;
  • physical description, including scars, marks and tattoos;
  • photograph, if available;
  • crimes resulting in registration;
  • County of residence;
  • zip code (based on last registration);

 

Sexual Offender Registration

VVC has developed a good working relationship with the County Sheriff’s Department and the Department of Correction (both state and federal) in an effort to monitor the convicted sex offenders.  In fact, the police department has met with the Department of Corrections to develop strong policies and procedures to ensure convicted sex offender compliance. State law requires that all sex offenders attending the College register with the College Police Department within 5 business days of enrollment or employment with the College, in addition to registering with the police department of the city they reside in.  Information on registered sex offenders attending the campus may be obtained by viewing the California Department of Justice Online Megan’s Law Website at www.meganslaw.ca.gov, or by calling the California Department of Justice Sex Offender Tracking Program at (916) 227-4974.  VVC is required to inform the campus community that a list of sexual offenders is maintained in the campus police office

 

Click here to visit the CA State Attorney General's Megan's Law website.

(NOTE: When you click the above link, you will leave the Victor Valley College Police Department website.)

 

 

 

 

Last Updated 9/26/18