The Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) was passed in 1996. This legislation was added to the Corrections Law of New York State and covers those offenders who have been convicted of criminal acts listed as sex offenses. SORA requires Registered Sex Offenders to keep local law enforcement agencies and the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) informed of their current address and provides penalties for the failure to do so. SORA also allows local Police Departments to notify the community about some of these offenders. For a more detailed description of SORA, visit the New York State DCJS Sex Offender Registry.
It is important to remember that many sex crimes, especially crimes against children, go unreported. Of the cases that are reported, many can not be prosecuted for a variety of reasons. Although SORA is a powerful tool for making communities safer, it only provides information on a small population of all potential sex offenders living in the community.
If you are a parent, you should always know and feel comfortable with any person who has unsupervised access to your child. Never assume that because someone you know is not on a list of known sex offenders that there is nothing to worry about. Trust your instincts!
It is the policy of the City of Little Falls Police Department to comply with the requirements and intent of Article 6-C of the New York State Correction Law commonly referred to as the "Sex Offender Registration Act". The City of Little Falls Police will inform the community of certain offenders in a variety of ways:
The City of Little Falls Police Department Sex Offender Sub-directory is presented as a public service of the City of Little Falls Police Department. The page is intended as a resource for the citizens of Little Falls. The sub-directory contains identifying information as well as information about the sex offense for which the sex offender is registered. It does not reflect the entire criminal history of a listed sex offender.
The main purpose of providing this data on the Internet is to make the information more easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individual. Users are cautioned that positive identification of an individual cannot be conclusively established by comparing name, date of birth, social security number or other information with that provided in this sub-directory. Comparisons based on appearance may also be misleading, and cannot establish a positive identification without some possibility of error.
Anyone who uses this information to injure, harass, or commit a criminal act against any person may be subject to criminal prosecution.
If there are any questions regarding any information on this website, contact the Little Falls Police Department at (315) 823-1122.
Sex Offender List
The following is a list of sex offenders in the city broken down by risk level. Level Three Offenders are those who are classified as having a high risk of re-offending, Level Two Offenders are those who are classified as having a moderate risk of re-offending and Level One Offenders are those who are classified as having a low risk of re-offending. Exact address information is available for Level Three Offenders; approximate address by Zip Code is available for Level Two and Level One Offenders.
Under the law: "Any entity receiving information on a sex offender may disclose or further disseminate such information at their discretion." Anyone who uses this information to annoy, harass, intimidate, threaten or injure any person listed herein may be subject to criminal prosecution.
Click on the offenders name below to view information on that offender
Information Updated once a month
Level One Offenders
Level 1 Offenders are described as low risk offenders. You may call DCJS at 1-800-262-3257 with the name and at least one other identifier (an exact address, date of birth, driver's license number, or a social security number) and they will tell you if that individual is a registered sex offender in New York.
Level Two Offenders
Level Three Offenders