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Lake County, Ohio - Sheriff's Office

Sex Offenders

    Concealed Carry Registration / Fingerprinting / Sexual Predator Notification
    2025 Blase-Nemeth Rd. 
    Painesville Township 44077

    SORN Normal Business Hours:

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday      
    8am to 4:00 pm
    No Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday Hours

    Sex Offender Registration Scheduling Change .... Effective March 4, 2013

    To better serve the citizens applying for CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon permits) and SORN(Sexual Offender Registration), we will begin using a scheduling program (located above) effective March 4, 2013.  As of March 4th, 2013 we will no longer take walk-in applicants for theCCW (Concealed Carry Weapon permits) and SORN (Sexual Offender Registration).  Any person who wants to apply for a CCW permit must schedule their appointment using the scheduling program above.  

    Until March 4th, 2013 we will continue operate on a first come, first serve basis.  However, the number of applicants will be closed at 60 each day, and those applicants arriving after that closing will have to return the next day for processing. 

    If you are coming to have a Webcheck or Fingerprinting obtained these will still be taken on a walk-in basis.

    Disclaimer Information-Please Read! 

    The State of Ohio, County of Lake, Sheriff's Office makes every effort to maintain current information concerning the registration of sex offenders.   If offenders move into the county and fail to report changes of address, or otherwise fail to comply with registration laws, information may be inaccurate.   Therefore,  the Lake County Sheriff's Office makes no expressed or implied guarantee of accuracy of the information provided.  Changes may occur at any time and without notice.  The Lake County Sheriff's Office assumes no liability for damages, directly or indirectly, as the result of errors, omissions or possible inaccuracies.   

    Additional information about an offender or the Sexual Offender Registration Program is a available by contacting Deputy Robert Harps (440) 350-5676, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday  8am to 4:00 pm No Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday Hours   In the event of an emergency dealing with a sexual offender, contact your local Police or Sheriff's Office  immediately.  

    Anyone who uses the information contained in this document to commit a criminal act against another person will be subject to criminal prosecution.  


    If you agree, you will be re-directed to the Ohio Attorney General's Website which contains Lake County Sex Offenders.    

    Yes, I Agree