Sex Offender Community Notification
Effective July 1, 1997, the State of Nevada made revisions to its existing convicted persons registration laws to include specific record of registration and notification requirements for those convicted of sex offenses and of certain crimes against children.
As of January 1, 1998, the Division implemented the Sex Offender Community Notification program. On July 01, 2001, the initial registration duties were transferred to local law enforcement. Accordingly, all convicted sex offenders who are present in Nevada for more than 48 hours are required to register with local law enforcement to establish a fingerprint based record. Nevada is in full compliance with the Federal mandates and guidelines set forth in Megan's Law and the Jacob Wetterling Act.
For More Information...
For information on the State of Nevada's registration and community notification requirements, contact Sex Offender Registration unit at (775) 687-1600 (M-F 8am to 5pm PT) or the Nevada Attorney General web site.
For complete information on Sex Offender Registration in State of Nevada, please see the NRS 179D.