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Information for sex offenders

The National Sex Offender Registry (NSOR) is a national registration system for sex offenders who have been released into the community. The registry is administered by the province.

Sex offenders are obligated by court order to:

  1. Register within seven (7) days of conviction and/or release from prison.
  2. Report and re-register annually at the appropriate registration centre.
  3. Notify the NSOR of any change of address or absence from any main or secondary residence of more than seven days. A change of address must be reported within 7 days of the move.

Sex offenders can register and report at:

Calgary Registration Centre​
Location: 5111 - 47 St. N.E, East Building
Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
No appointments are necessary, however waiting times may vary.

Sex offender reporting requirements

Sex offenders completing the initial registration and annual re-registration have the following requirements:

  • Must report in person.
  • Must bring two pieces of government-issued ID, at least one of which must be picture ID.
  • For initial registration only, must bring the Notice of Obligation to Comply with Sex offender Information Registration Act.

Sex offenders registering an address change and/or absence notification paperwork have the following requirements:

  • Must report in person.
  • Must bring two pieces of government-issued ID, at least one of which must be picture ID.

Questions

Is you have any questions or concerns, please email the Sex Offender Registry Center of Alberta (SORCA) at sorca@rcmp-grc.gc.ca or call them at 1-866-419-4179.

For more information, please visit the RCMP's National Sex Offender Registry​.