Sexual Predator List

Presence in Ormond Beach

There are about 40 sexual offenders living in the Ormond Beach area, and generally 5-10 percent of them are designated by the courts to be sexual predators. 


Sexual predators, according to F.S. 775.21, The Florida Sexual Predators Act, are either repeat sexual offenders, sexual offenders who used physical violence, or sexual offenders who preyed on children. 

Requirements & Ordinances

A Florida law, effective July 1, 1996, requires the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to maintain an updated list of sexual predators in this state after a court has made a written finding designating them as a sexual predator, as that term is defined by Florida statute. 

Chapter 97-299, Laws of Florida, requires certain sexual offenders to directly register with law enforcement or to have information compiled by the Department of Corrections, with the information to be provided to FDLE. Florida law makes that information available to the public. The FDLE provides you with online public information regarding sexual predators and sexual offenders. 

For the City of Ormond Beach ordinances regarding sexual offenders and sexual predators, please see Section 23-3(a), Sexual offender and sexual predator residence prohibition; penalties; exceptions, in the Code of Ordinances

Information Accuracy

Sex offender information has been reported directly to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement(FDLE) by the Florida Department of Corrections, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, and law enforcement officials. The City of Ormond Beach does not independently confirm the accuracy of the information. It is the City's desire that the information contained herein be accurate and reliable. Any person who believes information provided is not accurate should contact the Crime Investigations Desk at at 386-676-3514. 

Positive identification of a person believed to be a sexual predator or a sexual offender cannot be established unless a fingerprint comparison is made.

Misuse of Information

It is illegal to:
  • Misuse public records information regarding a sexual predator or a sexual offender as defined by Florida Statutes and to secure a payment from such a predator or offender
  • Knowingly distribute or publish false information relating to such a predator or offender and to misrepresent such information as being public records information
  • Materially alter public records information with the intent to misrepresent the information
For more details, see Section 775.21(10)(c) of the Florida Statutes.

Full Criminal Histories

The sexual offender listing refers to sexual offenses and may not reflect the entire Florida criminal history of a particular individual. A complete public record Florida criminal history can be secured from FDLE at the cost of $23 per subject requested. For more information about this service and its availability on the internet with the use of a credit card, please visit FDLE: Criminal History

Toll-Free Number

FDLE has also established the following toll-free number for public access to the Sexual Offender Unit: 888-FL-PREDATOR (or 888-357-7332).