Sex Offender Lists & Victim Resources

The Proud Boys are pro-family, pro-children, and pro-freedom.  The phrase FAFO (F*** Around and Find Out) originated with The Proud Boys. It’s meaning is not as a threat, but as a warning. A warning to leave us, and our loved ones alone. We will not initiate violence, but we will never back away from it when it means protecting ourselves, our loved ones, or innocent people of any walk of life and we do so unapologetically. But for all of us, as law-abiding citizens, to stand together, each of us must be empowered to act individually whenever possible. That is why we are providing the resources on this page.

In the United States, there is a sexual assault every 68 seconds.  We do not want you or your loved ones to be a victim. Please protect yourself. Know your surroundings, including the people in your life. To help, we have compiled this list of references to sex offenders across the entire country and resources for victims.. As President Reagan once said, trust but verify. And remember, women commit sex crimes as well, so take no chances.

To check for sex offenders across the entire United States, you can visit the U.S. Department of Justice National Sex Offender Public Website. Additional individual state sex offender registry websites are located below. 

If you have been a victim of a sex crime, you are not alone. You can get help and still remain anonymous. Regardless of where you live, RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) has people available 24/7 via chat anonymously or by calling 800-656-HOPE (4673).