Pursuant to the Sex Offender Registration Act of 1997
can be found in Arkansas Code Annotated §12-12-901 -- 12-12-920.
The Pine Bluff Police Department maintains a list of Sex offenders residing
in the city of Pine Bluff who are required to register under The Sex
Offender Registration Act. A list of Registered Sex offender is being
provided on this Web Site as a public service.
For additional information, contact Charlina Lacy,
Director of the Sex Offender Program, at (870) 730-2110 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sex Offender Registration
Sex offenders are required to register in Arkansas.
Details on the Sex Offender Registration Act of 1997 can be found in
Arkansas Code Annotated §12-12-901 -- 12-12-920.
Who is required to register?
• Any individual who is convicted of certain sex offenses
and offenses against children.
• Any individual who was incarcerated, on probation or parole,
or serving any other form of community supervision as the result of
an adjudication of guilt for the listed offenses as of this Act's
• Any person who is acquitted on the grounds of mental disease
or defect for the listed offenses.
• Any person who was required to register under the Habitual
Child Sex Offender Registration Act, Arkansas Code Annotated §12-12-901.
• A sex offender moving to or returning to this state from another
jurisdiction shall register with the local law enforcement agency
having jurisdiction within 3 business days of establishing residency.
Registered Sex Offenders on the Web
All registered sex offenders in the State of Arkansas
are required to submit to assessment by the Sex Offender Screening &
Risk Assessment Program coordinated by the Arkansas Department of Correction.
Each offender is assigned a risk level based on the results of the assessment.
Offenders failing to submit to assessment are assigned default Risk
Arkansas Code Annotated §12-12-913 (j)(1)(A),
mandates that information on registered sex offenders determined to
pose the highest level of risk to the public (Level 3 and Level 4),
must be available on the Arkansas state website by January 1, 2004.
Recent changes in the law have added public access to information regarding
Level 2 offenders who were 18 or older and the victim was 14 or younger
at the time of the offense.
Based on information obtained from the risk assessment
process, offenders are assigned the following levels: Level 1: Low Risk;
Level 2: Moderate Risk; Level 3: High Risk; Level 4: Sexually Violent
Arkansas Crime Information Center has a complete list of all Level 3
& 4’s in the State of Arkansas. You can check this website