Sexual Predator/Offender Tracking (SPOT)

The St. John’s County Sheriff’s Office Special Victim’s Unit (SVU) manages the team of specialized detectives and civilian personnel responsible for Sexual Predator/Offender Tracking (SPOT). SPOT members are responsible for, but not limited to:

  • Ensuring registered offenders and predators maintain compliance with their unique statutory requirements
  • Community notifications
  • Address verification operations
  • Conducting criminal investigations in reference to suspected registration violations
  • Conducting surveillance operations

If you have questions or would like to share information about offenders or predators in St. Johns County, contact SPOT at: spot@sjso.org   

Resources

To see the registered offenders in your area please search the OffenderWatch or FDLE Sexual Predator and Offender database for the most accurate and up to date information.

OffenderWatch® is the nation’s leading registered sex offender management and community notification tool with hundreds of leading agencies in dozens of states utilizing it. St Johns County’s law enforcement utilizes OffenderWatch® to manage and monitor the whereabouts, conduct and compliance status of the registered offenders in St Johns County.OffenderWatch® provides the most accurate and timely information available and now this information is available to you! Click Here To Search

Florida Statute 943.043 provides for a toll-free number for public information on Sexual Offenders/Sexual Predators. FDLE has established a toll-free number 1-888-FL-PREDATOR (1-888-357-7332) that allows the public to request information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week about Sexual Predators and Sex Offenders living in their communities and around the state. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement home page also offers a wealth of information for the community.

Child Safety Zone Ordinance: http://www.sjccoc.us/minrec/OrdinanceBooks/2009/ORD2009-36.pdf

Holiday Activity Ordinance: http://www.sjccoc.us/minrec/OrdinanceBooks/2009/ORD2009-43.pdf