Sex Offender Registration & Tracking Unit (SORT)
The New Mexico State legislature finds that sex offenders pose a significant risk of recidivism; and the efforts of law enforcement agencies to protect their communities from sex offenders are impaired by the lack of information available concerning convicted sex offenders who live within the agencies' jurisdictions.
Assisting Law Agencies
The purpose of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act is to assist law enforcement agencies' efforts to protect their communities by:
- Requiring sex offenders who are residents of New Mexico to register with the county sheriff of the county in which the sex offender resides
- Requiring sex offenders who are residents in other states, but who are employed in New Mexico or who attend school in New Mexico, to register with the county sheriff of the county in which the sex offender works or attends school
- Requiring the establishment of a central registry for sex offenders; and providing public access to information regarding certain registered sex offenders.
The people in the following pages are sex offenders who are residents of New Mexico and are required to register with the County Sheriff of the county in which the sex offender resides. These individuals are out of compliance with the McKinley County Sheriff’s Department as required by NM SORNA and have absconded.
Please press the SORT Absconders Menu for more information on these individuals. Investigators at the McKinley County Sheriff's Department SORT Unit are actively searching for these individuals.
We are asking for assistance from the public in developing new leads to help find these sex offenders. You can read about these cases and contact investigators via email through this site.
The Sex Offender Registration and Tracking Unit is available at 505-863-1410, ext 3014 and email. Registration hours are subject to change without notice; Please call for up-to-date days and times of registration.
Or use the confidential SORT information form and send us your information. You can be Anonymous.