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The information on this website is updated every time there is a change to information on the official sex offender information system.
Changes of address, for instance, are reflected on the website as soon as those changes are entered on the sex offender database.
For more information on Community notification, see Question No. The risk level is based on an actuarial risk assessment tool, psychological evaluations, and all available documentation from the offender's past.
To make use of the most accurate and current information, risk levels are not assigned until a few months prior to an offender's release from prison.
The website is simply one of the ways that North Dakota has chosen to implement Megan's Law, which is a federal mandate that all states notify the public of offenders who constitute a risk to the public.
Because this is a sex offender registry, Offenders Against Children are not included.
Sexual Health and Adolescent Risk Prevention (SHARP) is a one-time class for young people designed to reduce risky behaviors.For offenders that come to North Dakota from another state or the federal prison system it may take several weeks to gather the necessary records, assign the risk level, and provide the offender a due process hearing.Statistically the most likely to commit another sexual offense, high risk offenders have typically committed more than one offense, have refused to engage in sex offender treatment, or have engaged in behaviors that contribute to an elevated level of risk.Gross sexual imposition includes sexual acts (oral, genital, or anal sex or penetration, however slight) or sexual contact (touching, even over clothing) with a minor who is younger than 15. This offense is a class A misdemeanor if the defendant was younger than 22 at the time of the crime. This offense is a class A misdemeanor if the defendant was younger than 22 at the time of the crime.
An offense involving a sexual act and a defendant who is at least 22 years old at the time of the offense is a class AA felony, which is punishable by at least five years (and up to life) in prison. Penalties include a fine of up to ,000, up to one year in jail, or both. Penalties include a fine of up to ,000, up to one year in jail, or both.
The age of consent can vary among states, and some states differentiate between consensual sex between minors who are close in age (for example, two teenagers of the same age), as opposed to sex between a minor and a much older adult.