This partnership has been successful in tracking sexual predators and offenders who attempt to abscond from probation or their registration requirements. In addition to ensuring registration and probation compliance, the SPOT Unit informs the public, day care centers and schools via written notification, public meetings, social media, and our web site of registered sexual predators. PBSO News.
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Individuals featured on this page reside in Volusia County, have been convicted of sex offenses and have been classified by the courts as sexual predators as defined by Florida statutes. The information contained on this page was obtained through public records and is published here to help alert local residents to the presence of sexual predators in their neighborhoods. No one should use this information to harass or pursue individuals listed on this page.
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If you believe the near-daily news stories, sexual predators lurk everywhere: in parks, at schools, in the malls—even in teens' computers. A few rare but high-profile incidents have spawned an unprecedented slate of new laws enacted in response to the public's fear. Every state has notification laws to alert communities about released sex offenders.