Carrington Police Department
Sex Offender Notification

If you see the named individuals engaged
in illegal or suspicious activity, please contact the Carrington Police by calling (701) 652-3321
or dial 911 in an emergency situation.
You can also sent an anonymous tip to the
Carrington Police from this website
by going to the tips and concerns page.

All of the offenders listed on this site have been convicted of a sex offense requiring them to register with local law enforcement. The offenders are listed in two categories: Level III (high-risk), and Level II (moderate-risk).

Every sex offender required to register in the state of North Dakota is given a risk assessment by the North Dakota Sex Offender Risk Assessment Committee. Appointed by the North Dakota Attorney General, this committee provides law enforcement and citizens with an assessment of the dangers the offenders pose. In determining the risk assessment, the committee considers several elements: the crime the offender committed, treatment received for sexual offending issues, other psychological issues, criminal history, any history of substance abuse, treatment for substance abuse, behavior while in custody, and other issues.

The Carrington Police Department is releasing the following information pursuant to North Dakota Criminal Code 12.1-32-15, which authorizes law enforcement agencies to disclose sex offender information if the agency determines the individual is a public risk and disclosure is necessary for public protection. The information contained here pertains to Level III and Level II sex offenders living in the City of Carrington. Illegal activities against a sex offender will not be tolerated and those responsible will face criminal charges. These activities could jeopardize the notification law and lead to restrictions on what information can be released to the public

Our Web site also offers information regarding information on how to protect yourself and your family from sex offenders and myths and facts about sex offenders.

(The following education sites are provided with permission
from the Fargo Police Department.
How to Protect Yourself and Your Family from Sex Offenders
Myths and Facts about Sex Offenders

View more sex offenders in North Dakota at