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High Risk Sex Offender Notification: 734 College St. N.


  • Geoffrey Miller
    Geoffrey Miller

The Fargo Police Department is notifying the community that a registered sex offender, Geoffrey Dale Miller, is currently residing at 734 College St N, Fargo, North Dakota. Miller was assessed as a HIGH-RISK offender by the North Dakota Sex Offender Risk Assessment Committee. The following information describes Miller and his offenses:

Geoffrey Dale Miller
37 years old, 6’1”, 225 lbs., brown eyes, brown hair
734 College St N
Fargo, North Dakota

Offense Background:
Miller’s convictions:
11/14/08 Corruption of Minor in Burleigh County District Court ND; he had sexual intercourse with a 17 year old female on at least 2 occasions
3/23/06 Gross Sexual Imposition in Morton County District Court ND; intercourse with a 13 year old female
3/22/06 GSI Burleigh County District Court ND; intercourse with a 13 year old girl
1/6/98 GSI <15 Burleigh County Juvenile Court ND; Miller was 14 and took a 6 year old girl in the back of a van and along with an 11 year old boy performed sex acts on her
He is a lifetime registrant.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Why was the sex offender allowed to move into my neighborhood?
    Answer: The Fargo Police Department cannot dictate where a sex offender chooses to live. The offender is required to register with us and notify us of any changes in address or employment.
  2. Is this person dangerous?
    Answer: The Fargo Police Department checks on each offender several times each year to ensure they are compliant with their requirements to register. The attention of the community notification process and the frequent visits
    by the police department seem to act as a deterrent to criminal behavior. The state has assessed this offender as having a high-risk for offending again. As a result, we believe it is important for neighbors to have accurate
    information about the offender.
  3. What should I do if I see suspicious behavior?
    Answer: If you see any suspicious behavior you should notify the police department immediately. Don’t take action yourself. The Fargo Police Department relies on alert and aware citizens to provide valuable information in
    many instances and appreciates your involvement.
  4. Who should I contact if I have questions?
    Answer: If you have questions or concerns, you can contact the police department and speak to your beat Sergeant at 701.241.1437 or 701.235.4493.

At every community meeting we caution the public about harassment or, other criminal behavior directed at the offender. This can result in criminal action against those responsible and endanger the sex offender registration law. Sex offender registration laws are under constant scrutiny and legal action. Law enforcement agencies make good use of the information provided by registration and does not want to see the law struck down.

If you would like more information about high-risk sex offenders in the city of Fargo or information on high-risk and lifetime offenders is also available on the North Dakota Attorney General’s website and the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website. These website have the answers to many frequently asked questions.