If you are considered a sexual predator or sex offender according to Florida law, you must go to your local sheriff to register. There, you submit details including your photograph, name, birthdate, and social security number; home address, all personal phone numbers, email addresses, and “Internet identifiers” (typically usernames for online accounts); employer and workplace address; race, sex, height, weight, eye color, and hair color; fingerprints and palm prints; tattoos or other unique features; details related to your car, criminal record, and passport; immigration paperwork; and specifics related to any professional licensure. In most cases (except as described in Chapter 119, F.S.), all those elements become public record.
Depending on the crime, you will have to return to the sheriff to reregister either every six months or every three months (F.S. 943.0435(14)(b)) for the rest of your life. Whenever you move or change your name, you need to get a new driver license within 48 hours. You will be listed within the searchable public sex offender portal, the Florida Sexual Offender/Predator Registry (F.S. 775.21 and 943.0435).