Clayton County, GA Registered Sex Offenders
Clayton County, GA Registered Sex Offenders - 506 found
1690 KINGLET ROAD, JONESBORO, GA 30236
5013 COURTNEY DRIVE RM 215, FOREST PARK, GA 30297
7140 WOODLAND CIR, RIVERDALE, GA 30274
10319 Commons Crossing, JONESBORO, GA 30238
7994 TRINITY PARK DR, RIVERDALE, GA 30296
3748 WINDMILL RD, ELLENWOOD, GA 30294
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5490 Amelia Lane, ELLENWOOD, GA 30253
954 IRONGATE BLVD, JONESBORO, GA 30238
3956 AMBROSE RIDGE COURT, ELLENWOOD, GA 30294
580 KAY STREET, FOREST PARK, GA 30297
4552 OLD DIXIE HWYROOM 265, FOREST PARK, GA 30297
6175 STONE CREEK LANE, REX, GA 30273
3549 Homeward Trail, ELLENWOOD, GA 30294
7735 TARA BOULEVARDD-21, JONESBORO, GA 30236
2235 Mt Zion Parkway #259, MORROW, GA 30260
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Clayton County, GA Sex Offender Registry Statistics
Welcome to the Homefacts directory for registered Sex Offenders! Homefacts is a free service to help locate registered Sex Offenders within Clayton County, GA.
A search for our database shows there are 506 registered Sex Offenders in Clayton County, GA. Clayton County, GA has a ratio of 19.03 offenders per 10,000 residents. This is higher than the national average of 14.06 offenders per 10,000 residents.
Of the 506 offenders in Clayton County, GA, 455 are viewable on the map, while 51 are not due to to the offenders being transient or their address being unmappable.