The Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) is Title I of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. (Public Law 109-248). SORNA aims to close potential gaps and loopholes in prior law, as well as to strengthen the nationwide network of sex offender registration and notification programs in general. SORNA also requires registered sex offenders to register and keep their registration current in each jurisdiction in which they reside, work, or go to school. Search for an offender using any of the fields below to view the SORNA status.
You may select the link below to review the SFN Police Department SORNA Policy and Procedures:
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Once you have read and acknowledged the information and disclaimer below, you may search the site by a specific offender’s name; obtain a listing of offenders by various combinations such as county, city, crime, etc.; or obtain a listing of offenders within a specified Oklahoma zip code or within a defined radius of an address. You may also register for the Community Notification system so that you can be notified by email when a registered sex offender moves into the specified radius of the address submitted. The Sac and Fox Nation Police Department updates the registry regularly to provide the most complete and accurate information. Through regular correspondence and cooperation, the SFN Police Department, local police departments and sheriff’s offices, address and other information is updated to ensure its validity and timeliness. However, information changes quickly and much of the information contained in a registration record has been provided by the registrant. Neither the SFN Police Department nor your local police department or sheriff’s office can guarantee the accuracy of this information at all times. Habitual, Aggravated and Level 3 sex offenders are required to verify their home address every ninety days, Level 2 offenders semiannually, and Level 1 offenders annually. It is common for offenders to move and fail to notify the SFN Police Department or their local law enforcement agency of their new address. Reliance on any information provided herein is at the user’s sole risk. The SFN Police Department shall not be responsible for any use or reliance on information provided, or the lack of any information present that might result in injury or damage of any kind. Sex offender registry information shall not be used to retaliate against the registrants, their families, or their employers in any way. Vandalism, verbal or written threats of harm are illegal and will result in arrest and prosecution.
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