Predatory Offenders

The Roseville Police Department takes a proactive approach to checking registered predatory offenders. This is done by conducting checks of those persons registered within the Roseville city limits. Officers check on the current registered offenders and confirm the primary address and other information contained in the registrants file to confirm the accuracy of the information.

Level III Predatory Offenders

Pursuant to the Community Notification Law (Minnesota Statutes 244.052), the Roseville Police Department provides appropriate public notification when a predatory offender is known to be residing within the city.

 There are currently no Level III predatory offenders living in Roseville.

Predatory Offender Information

In 1996, the Minnesota Legislature passed the Community Notification Law (Minnesota Statutes 244.052) that permitted the release of information about certain offenders in Minnesota. The intent of the legislation is to provide the public with "adequate notice and information about an offender’s release, the community can develop constructive plans to prepare themselves."

In Minnesota, the amount of information and the scope of individuals to whom information is released is indicated by the risk level assigned to the offender. There are three levels of predatory offenders and each level has laws which govern what information may be given to the public.

For more information about predatory offenders, visit Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Predatory Offender Registry.

Notification for the three levels of predatory offender is:

Level One 

Level One offenders are offenders who are determined to be at a lower risk to re-offend.

Police agencies may notify:

  • Other law enforcement agencies
  • Any victims of, or witnesses to, the offense committed by the offender

Level Two

Level Two offenders are determined to be at a moderate risk to re-offend.

In addition to level one notification, law enforcement may notify:

  • Schools and day cares
  • Establishments and organizations that primarily serve individuals likely to be victimized to the offender

Level Three

Level Three offenders have been determined to be at the highest risk for re-offense out of all of the three risk levels.

In addition to the Level two notifications, law enforcement may notify:

  • Other members of the community who the offender is likely to encounter  

Currently, Roseville has approximately 34 registered predatory offenders living within in the city limits who are not subject to community notification and their identity is protected under data privacy laws.