View Registered sex offenders in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff, IL in a larger map
Map information from the Illinois Sex Offender Registry.
Patch wants to help Lake Forest and Lake Bluff parents keep their kids safe this Halloween.
As your little ones and not-so-little-ones prepare to go door to door for trick-or-treating this Halloween, Patch offers a map of our towns' registered sex offenders.
Generally, sex offender laws center on offenders registering in person each year at the local police department. They must do so for a required 10-year registration period, unless they are separately required to register for life. Offenders are prohibited from living within 500 feet of a school, daycare center, youth center or other facility that caters to children younger than 18 years old.
Sex Offenders in Your Neighborhood
A search of the Illinois Sex Offender Registry shows five registered sex offenders residing in Lake Bluff and one in Lake Forest. The one in Lake Forest is listed as having not provided his exact address.
How the Map Works
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The term refers to anyone convicted after July 1, 1999 of certain violations in the Criminal Code of 1961. Sexual predators are required to register for their entire lives.