PLEASE NOTE: The Florida Sexual Offender and Predator Cyber Communication System (CCS) will be updated beginning 5:00 AM EST (4:00 AM CST) Wednesday, August 28, 2019 and is anticipated to be temporarily out of service until 12:00 PM EST (11:00 AM CST) Wednesday, August 28, 2019 .The new CCS will have an updated look and provide all of the same functionality for registration needs currently available. Should you have a registration need during the short time the system is offline for this update, please report in person to the local Sheriffs Office to register your information. A list of registration locations and hours of operation is available here.

Sexual predators and sexual offenders in Florida are required to either report in person at a sheriff's office or may, for convenience, use this Cyber Communication System (CCS)* to report the following:

  • Must be reported within 48 hours after use:
    • Email Addresses
    • Internet Identifiers
  • Must be reported within 48 hours of any change:
    • Employment
    • Phone Numbers
    • Changes in Status at institutions of higher education:
      • Enrollment
      • Volunteering
      • Employment

For further information about registration requirements AND Updates on the 2017 Legislative Changes follow this link ( or contact FDLE at 888-357-7332

To log into the system please input your username and password into the fields provided below. If you have not yet received a username or password please contact FDLE at 888-357-7332.
Cyber Communication System Login
User Name:

Important Note: Since your original password was randomly generated, it is recommended that you change your password upon initial login. After logging into the system, click "Change Password" to create a new password. For added security, you may wish to change your password several times a year.

* If you are a sexual predator or sexual offender in the custody or control, or under the supervision of the Florida Department of Corrections (DOC) or the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), you MUST report the information described above within the required timeframe to your probation officer with DOC or DJJ.