The SC State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) is mandated by law to develop and maintain a sex offender registry. The Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office - along with every other sheriff's office across the state - partners with SLED to allow citizens access to this registry online. The registry will allow you to 1) enter your street address to determine if a registered sex offender lives in your immediate area, 2) sign up for email notifications anytime a registered sex offender moves into your immediate area, and 3) register for email notifications whenever a registered sex offender fails to comply with his/her lawful requirements.
IMPORTANT!: The information in the registry is intended only for your situational awareness. State law makes it illegal for anyone to use the registry's information to harass, harm, or confront a registered sex offender. Those who violate this law can be arrested and prosecuted.
Snowfalls don't happen often, but when they do, the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) gets extra busy updating its website with current road conditions and closures. But even when snow isn't on the ground, the SCDOT regularly closes roads for various reasons. When you click this link, you'll be taken to their site where you can see which roads are currently closed along with an approximate date for re-opening.