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Sex Offender Registry by State

Wisconsin’s Victim Advocacy Service

There are 3 levels of notification when a sex offender is released into the community.

Victims and their families can request that the offender has no contact with them or their family as a part of their parole. This request should be put in writing, and mailed to:

206 East Olin Ave, Madison, WI 53713

The offender is not allowed to go into their place of business, even if it is a public place. If they enter a public place where their victim/family is present, the onus is on offender to leave the premises immediately.