You can also contact the Indiana Department of Correction if you have questions about Indiana registration laws. The registry will allow you to choose a county in Indiana and enter any local address in that county. Because of that, the legislature determined that state policy should assist efforts of local law enforcement agencies to protect their communities by requiring sex offenders to register with local law enforcement agencies as provided by the Sex Offender Registration Act.
The procedure allows you to file an appeal if your complaint is denied, but it has a number of rules that you must follow in order to preserve your rights to complain and to appeal. We encourage you to take advantage of the free email notification.
Please report all information on offenders directly to the office within that county. How to Identify. To proceed to click the Continue button. How to Report Abuse and Get Help.
If you think there is an error in our information, you would need to contact the source of that information such as the court of record, county attorney or law enforcement agency. Fingerprint-based national background checks - Fingerprint-based background checks provide a nationwide criminal history record.
Vandalism, verbal or written threats of harm are illegal and will result in arrest and prosecution. Become A Trooper. Children up to age eighteen are prohibited from riding in cargo areas. An individual may petition the court to have a criminal conviction "set-aside".
How to Respond. Indiana has adopted a procedure that allows you to file a formal complaint about changes made to the Sex and Violent Offender Registry entry about you, or about a refusal to make changes that you request to the Registry.
Individuals listed on this registry have been convicted of a sexual offense that requires them to meet a number of mandates including annual registration with law enforcement. Please report all information on offenders directly to the office within that county.
Nebraska State Statute declares that sex offenders present a high risk to commit repeat offenses and that efforts of law enforcement agencies to protect their communities, conduct investigations, and quickly apprehend sex offenders are impaired by the lack of available information about individuals who have pleaded guilty to or have been found guilty of sex offenses and who live in their jurisdiction.
Information in this registry may not be used to harass or threaten offenders or their families.