Predatory Offender Information
According to Minnesota Statute 244.052, the St. Cloud Police Department shall disclose to the public any information regarding Predatory Offenders with a risk level of 3 that is relevant and necessary to protect the public and to counteract the offender's dangerousness. The listed individuals have served the sentence imposed on them by the court.
Further information about any of the listed offenders may be found at the Minnesota Department of Corrections Public Registrant Search.
Convicted predatory offenders have always been released to live in our communities, but it was not until passage of the Registration Act of 1991 that law enforcement had a right to know the residence or track their moves after their initial release from custody. With the passage of the Community Notification Act, law enforcement now may share information with the public about many of these offenders. This creates an informed community that can engage with law enforcement to address any concerns and/or issues involving these individuals.
The St. Cloud Police Department is committed to providing our community with a level of service that always places public safety as the priority. Please know that any suspicious activity and/or behavior will be investigated. The St. Cloud Police Department’s Community Crime Impact Team is assigned to conduct follow-up regarding level 3 offenders in our community.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Sgt Hoeschen at 320-345-4324 or the St. Cloud Police Department Information Desk at 320-345-4444 (select option 2 when prompted). The 24/7 non-emergency number for the St. Cloud Police Department is 320-251-1200.
Note: The St. Cloud Police Department will update this list monthly. If you see any discrepancies, please contact our agency.
Click on a name below for more information about each offender.
Level 3 Predatory Offenders
If the offender is assigned to risk level III, the agency shall disclose the information to other members of the community whom the offender is likely to encounter, unless the law enforcement agency determines that public safety would be compromised by the disclosure or that a more limited disclosure is necessary to protect the identity of the victim.