The North Carolina Sex Offender Registry is a database which houses the information of any person who lives in, moves to, is a resident student in, or nonresident worker in North Carolina with a reportable conviction under the Sex Offender Registration requirements. Here are the time frames for each offender category:. Only persons with Part 2 classification are eligible for removal from the registry at least 10 years after initial registration date exempt those with both Part 2 and 3 classifications.
In previous blogs, we have tried to remind people that sometimes a criminal case is not just about prison time and probation. There are a lot of other collateral consequences of being convicted of a crime. In the case of certain sex crimes, one the most severe consequences is having to be place on the sex offender registry.
The Sex Offender Section registers; confirms addresses of registered offenders and arrests and prosecutes those offenders in violation of North Carolina General Statutes. This law requires a person who is a resident of North Carolina and who has a reportable conviction to maintain registration with the sheriff of the county where the person resides. If the person moves to North Carolina from outside this State, the person shall register within 3 days of establishing residence in this State, or whenever the person has been present in the State for 15 days, whichever comes first.
An amended statute and a recent case improve our understanding of places sex offenders cannot live and go in North Carolina. First, the statute. Under G.
As of Octoberthere are approximately 17, sex offenders currently registered in NC, of which approximately live in Cabarrus County at any given time NC Sex Offender Registry. During the initial interview the offender must provide proof of address, identification, provide all contact numbers and be fingerprinted and photographed. The offenders are advised of the laws with which they must comply.
Part 1. Registration Programs, Purpose and Definitions Generally. The General Assembly recognizes that sex offenders often pose a high risk of engaging in sex offenses even after being released from incarceration or commitment and that protection of the public from sex offenders is of paramount governmental interest.
The state of North Carolina has a strict law against sex offenders. The state protects its residents by ensuring that persons convicted of a sexual offense have little or no chance at re-offending. Duration of registration depends on the possibility of an offender to re-offend.
The Town of Mint Hill would like to advise our citizens requesting to keep check of their property understands that this agreement from the dates indicated below does not constitute a promise by the Mint Hill Police Department that no criminal action will occur or that no damage or injury will occur to the property that is being checked by this department. The officers with this department will make an effort in checking your property while you are away during officer"s patrols of neighborhoods as well as our businesses, but we are not able to set a regular schedule check of the property. We encourage the citizens to partner with the officers of the Mint Hill Police Department to take extra measures in safeguarding their property. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for reports to be processed.