- City Services
- Sex Offenders
- Sex Offender Compliance & Registration
Registered Sex Offender Registration & Compliance
Keeping You Informed
The goal of the Cedar Hill Sex Offender Compliance and Registration staff is to enhance public safety by preventing further victimization through improving the management of sex offenders who are in the community.
The City of Cedar Hill strives to keep the State up to date on registered sex offenders residing in the city. Texas Law requires offenders to notify local law enforcement when they change residency. However, it is possible that an offender could fail to comply with this law and move without making proper notification.
Due to continually changing information concerning offenders, the City of Cedar Hill makes no expressed or implied guarantee concerning the accuracy of this information. Changes may occur at any time and without notice.
Guidelines for Risk Levels
Court ordered as a sexually violent predator - is a repeat sexually violent offender and the person is convicted of more than one sexually violent offense and a sentence is imposed for at least one of the offenses. Civil commitment offender will wear an electronic ankle monitor and DSP Special Crimes Unit will keep a 24-hour watch over those offenders.
Level One-Risk Level High
A designated number of points or higher on the sex offender screening tool and a basis for concern that the person poses a serious danger to the community or will continue to engage in criminal sexual conduct.
Level Two-Risk Level Moderate
Either, but not both of the following: 1) A designated number of points or higher on the sex offender screening tool or a basis of concern that the person poses a serious danger to the community. 2) Will continue to engage in criminal sexual conduct.
Level Three-Risk Level Low
No basis for concern that the person poses a serious danger to the community or will continue to engage in criminal sexual conduct. This level can only be on receipt of notice under Article 62.04 that the person intends to move to a new residence in this state and only if the offender was originally assigned numeric risk level of two.