Offenders required to register are adult sex offenders or child kidnappers and juveniles tried and convicted as adults
Information collected includes photograph, fingerprints, name (including all aliases), address, internet identifier and social networking addresses, place of employment, DOB; driver’s license number; description, license numbers, and vehicle identification numbers of motor vehicles the sex offender or child kidnapper has access to regardless of whether that access is regular or not; any identifying features of the sex offender or child kidnapper; and a statement concerning whether the offender or kidnapper has had treatment for a mental abnormality or personality disorder since the date of conviction for an offense requiring registration under this chapter.
Lorena Bukovich-Notti, Department of Public Safety (907), Division of Statewide Services (907) 269-5550.
State Department of Public Safety, local law enforcement.
Timeframe for Registration:
The sex offender or child kidnapper shall register: within the 30-day period before release from an in-state correctional facility; by the next working day following conviction for a sex offense or child kidnapping if the sex offender is not incarcerated at the time of conviction; or by the next working day of becoming physically present in the state.
Duration of Requirement:
Lifetime registration if convicted of one aggravated sex offense; or two or more sex offenses, two or more child kidnappings, or one sex offense and one child kidnapping. 15 years following the sex offender’s or child kidnapper’s unconditional discharge from a conviction for a single sex offense that is not an aggravated sex offense or for a single child kidnapping if the sex offender or child kidnapper has supplied proof that is acceptable to the department of the unconditional discharge and no other offenses have been committed.
Penalties for Non-Compliance:
Class A misdemeanor. Class C felony if prior conviction for failing to register.