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FL: Florida registry gets a new look

[floridaactioncommittee.org]

The FDLE sex offender database has gotten a new look. The homepage of its sex offender search has a nautical feel, with a lighthouse logo and a ship-wheel icon. Aside from the design change, the ability to search by status (absconded, deceased, deported, etc.) appears to be gone from the new search query, though the results still appear.

Another notable change is that vehicle and vessel information is no longer on a separate page, but appears below the registrant listing. The vehicle information, which is supplied by the DMV and is notoriously inaccurate, is now on the main screen, meaning family vehicles registered to the offender are now more prominently displayed. Bad news for spouses or children of registrants.

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  1. TS

    They couldn’t afford the sounds of waves, gulls, or buoy bells, but you get the rest for a pleasurable searching experience!

    Snarky, I know…

  2. Facts should matter

    You can’t tweak, hone or polish fraud.

  3. John

    A new polished site filled with inaccurate information per every RC. Oh, just wonderful.

  4. Nicholas Maietta

    Someone should perform a FOIA request on how the site refresh was paid for, who performed the work and if the law was followed relating to bidding process.

    These kind of websites can cost literally hundreds of thousands to update.

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