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Important Information
During the current State of Emergency due to the COVID-19 virus, below is information provided by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (HSMV) and Florida Sheriffs Offices regarding their temporary mechanisms and accommodations for registrants to report registration information as required under Florida laws. As updated information is made available during this time it will be updated here. Please contact and check the website of the Sheriffs Office in your county to determine any alternative registration reporting procedures they may have in place during this State of Emergency.

Registrants may request a Driver License/Identification Card Address Update Form by:
Please Be Advised
**September 2019 UPDATE** FDLE continues to receive reports of attempted scams. New scams are targeting sexual offenders/predators regarding the collection of their DNA and/or palm prints, where the caller states they are from the sheriff's office or FDLE. Some of these callers do not request money, but others threaten a warrant if the offender/predator does not pay a sum of money. As noted below, if you receive such a call, please immediately contact your local law enforcement agency directly to report this information. View ReRegistration Days, Times and Locations by County (Spanish Version) for contact numbers for law enforcement agencies around the state.

**March 2018 Original Notice** FDLE has received reports of attempted scams targeting sexual offenders and predators involving a caller posing as a law enforcement officer and indicating that the sexual offender/predator has missing or out-of-date registration information. The caller directs the registrant to bring a gift or money card to a location other than the registration office in order to avoid arrest for failure to register. The caller may provide a call back number that appears to belong to local law enforcement's registration office. If you receive such a call, please immediately contact your local law enforcement agency directly to report this information. View ReRegistration Days, Times and Locations by County (Spanish Version) for contact numbers for law enforcement agencies around the state.