The Kansas Bureau of Investigation KBI has established this website to facilitate public access to information about persons who have been convicted of certain sex, violent and drug offenses, as set forth in the Kansas Offender Registration Act K. Effective July 1, , K. The KBI makes no representations, either express or implied, that the information on this website is complete or accurate. Neither the KBI nor the state of Kansas shall be held responsible for any errors or omissions on this website, or for any errors or omissions which result from secondary dissemination of this information. This website is updated every fifteen 15 minutes, and the KBI makes every effort to ensure such information is complete, accurate and current. However, information on this website is compiled based, in part, upon information provided by the registered offender.
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Effective January 1, Zachary's Law named for 10 year old Zachary Snider of Cloverdale, Indiana who was murdered by a convicted child molester in requires sheriff departments to jointly establish and maintain the Indiana Sheriffs' Sex Offender Registry to provide detailed information about individuals who register as sex or violent offenders at Indiana sheriff departments. The purpose of the registry is to inform the public about the identity, location, and appearance of sex and violent offenders who live, work, or study in Indiana. A sex offender is someone who has been convicted of a sex crime that is a D felony or higher. The following sex offenders are required to register with the Sheriff's Department in the county where the offender intends to live, work or study for longer than seven days. IC When an offender is released from a prison or jail, they are required to report to the local law enforcement officials within 7 days of being released.
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.