Convicted sex offenders must register with the police department or sheriff's
office in the jurisdiction where the offender resides. Out-of-state sex offenders
are required to register if they work or attend school in North Dakota. Each time
the offender moves or changes jobs, the offender must notify the local law
enforcement agency. Those updates are uploaded to the Sex Offender system.
The Sex Offender Notification System provides an e-mail notice any time
information about an individual high risk sex offender is updated or, if a
particular county or city is specified, when there are any changes to sex
offender information within that area.
Sign Up To Receive Email Notifications
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SAVIN: The Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN)
service provides around-the-clock access to information about all offenders held
in county jails and Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (DOCR)
(This link will take you off the Sex offender website)
The purpose of this system is to promote public protection from the
potential risks posed by individuals who have committed offenses in the past. Sex
offenders have always lived in our communities, and the accompanying risks have
always been present. This method of public notification is an acceptable way of
reducing that risk and enhancing public protection. Acts of vandalism,
intimidation, harassment, or verbal or written threats of harm against offenders
or their families, landlords, or employers, are not acceptable, and will likely
result in arrest and prosecution of those persons.