Skip to Main Content. Sex Offenders Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration Program The Sex Offender Registration Program is a sensitive and emotional topic, especially when it is reported that a registered sex offender is moving into a Manitowoc neighborhood. Statistically as of July 1, , there are one-hundred-five known registered sex offenders living in the City of Manitowoc. Due to the provisions within the law, the Manitowoc Police Department and the Wisconsin Department of Corrections work together to monitor and track people convicted of sex crimes. The Department of Corrections also established the State of Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry web site, which provides sex offender information for police, victims, and the general public. This web site is designed to enhance public safety by making the information contained in the Sex Offender Registry easily accessible to the public.
Agency Directory Online Services. Please visit the Public Records Request page for information on filing a public records request. The Department of Corrections cannot provide legal advice to members of the public, inmates, or offenders. For information regarding legal representation, please visit the State Bar of Wisconsin website. If you wish to contact us regarding an offender on active DOC community supervision, please contact the appropriate probation and parole unit directly or contact the Division of Community Corrections. If you wish to contact us regarding a youth in DOC custody or on juvenile community supervision, please contact the Division of Juvenile Corrections. If you wish to do business with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, please register on the state VendorNet website.
Please read the following information before proceeding to view information about offenders under supervision by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. This data is being provided on the Internet to make the information more easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individual. Additional information about ways to reinforce personal protection is available in our on-line publications and on the Department of Corrections Victim Web Site.