Information provided in this Website is intended to increase public awareness about the presence of sex offenders in local communities, and thus, heighten public safety.
Information from the state Website is hosted by the Registry, and the Registry has neither sole responsibility for nor sole control over the information made available for public inspection or search.
OTIS is intended to offer information to the public that can then be verified through the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC), Michigan Courts, the Michigan State Police or other law enforcement agencies.
A search of OTIS will provide information about offenders previously or currently under the jurisdiction or supervision of the MDOC.
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If the sentence information displays "Attempt" after the offense, refer to Michigan Compiled Law 750.92 Attempt to Commit Crime for additional conviction and penalty information.In Study 1, women who imagined being interested in casual sex were more likely to display red (but not other colors) on their anticipated web profile picture.In Study 2, women who indicated interest in casual sex were more likely to prominently display red (but not other colors) on their actual web profile picture.If more than three years has elapsed, the information will not be available on OTIS.Clicking on the Michigan Compiled Law number (MCL #) will take you to the Michigan Legislature Web site where the actual statute the offender was convicted of violating is presented.A search result will provide information about any offender who is, or was, in a Michigan prison, on parole or probation under the supervision of the MDOC, has transferred in or out of Michigan under the Michigan Interstate Compact, or who has escaped or absconded from their sentence.