In North dakota, Sex Offenders are individuals who have pled guilty or been found guilty of the following offenses: gross sexual imposition; continuous sexual abuse of a child; sexual imposition; corruption or solicitation of minors; luring minors by computer; sexual abuse of wards; sexual assault; incest; indecent exposure; surreptitious intrusion; sexual performance by children (all offenses).Offender against Children: homicide offenses (all); assault (felony only); aggravated assault; terrorizing; stalking (felony only); kidnapping; felonious restraint; removal of child from state in violation of custody decree; prostitution (all offenses); and criminal child abuse.
Information collected includes fingerprints, photo, date and place of conviction, description of offense, residence address, school name and address, employer name and address, DOB, gender, and other identifying information such as height, weight, hair color, eye color, and race. DNA samples are collected from all individuals who are required to register unless they have previously submitted a DNA sample. Vehicle make, model, year, color, license plate. Email addresses, Internet providers, Social pages, and screen names.
Lonnie Grabowska – Bureau of Criminal Investigation
State Bureau of Criminal Investigation, local law enforcement, State Department of Correction and Rehabilitation.
Timeframe for Registration:
Within 3 days of release from incarceration; 10 days prior to changing residence, school, or employment address; within 3 days of moving into state.
Penalties for Non-Compliance:
All offenses Class C felony.
Juvenile information, other than for juvenile high risk offenders, is confidential.