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HALLOWEEN PLANNING: This Is Where Sexual Offenders Live In Boca Raton, Delray Beach

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The Florida Department of Law Enforcement List Shows Where Sex Offenders, Sexual Predators Live, And The Homes You May Want To Avoid On Halloween.

A map showing where some of the registered sexual offenders and sexual predators live in South Palm Beach County. Courtesy of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, parents may want to avoid these homes when their children trick-or-treat on Halloween.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Sexual offenders and sexual predators live in houses and apartments across Palm Beach County. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement tracks these individuals.

To serve our readers as Halloween approaches, is publishing the names and addresses of those sexual offenders and sexual offenders who live in the area. Parents may want to avoid these homes as their little ghosts and goblins seek candy and other goodies on Halloween night.

While local police departments routinely announce when sexual predators or offenders move to a specific area for the first time — or change their address — this is an official list showing where everyone lives. We note, however, that the list is only as good as the data provided by FDLE. You may see duplicates or the list may hold inaccuracies. All information is provided by FDLE. We have not edited this list at all.

There are two PDFs, below. The first includes a five-mile radius from the area near Town Center Mall. The second starts further north, towards the Delray Beach/Boca Raton border. That list as well covers a five-mile radius. You can also enter your own address on the FDLE sexual offender database.

These are multi page documents. Click on the documents to open. Click here if the files do not appear.




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