list of registered sex offenders wisconsin

Sometimes registrants fail to notify DOC about a change in residence, status, or other information.
Verification sorp is responsible for the verification of the registrant's information.Sexual assault in general is the most under-reported crime, and many sex offenders live in the community without anyone's knowledge other than the victim's.The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is not responsible for any errors or omissions produced by secondary dissemination of this information.Any sex offender convicted in a military, tribal or federal court.In case of a felony, the maximum term of imprisonment prescribed by law women want sex in essen for the crime may be increased by not more than five years.Additionally, the following sex offenders are required to register in Wisconsin if they live, work or attend school in Wisconsin: Any sex offender who is required to register with another state/jurisdiction.Welcome to the official State of Wisconsin Offender Web Site.Registerable Offenses * Indicates Mandatory Life Time Registration 940.225(1 first Degree Sexual Assault* 940.225(2).
The information contained in the registry will not reflect the entire criminal history of a particular individual.The registry includes offender address, picture, and sexual offense information.Disclaimer, accuracy of Information, dOC updates this information regularly to ensure that the registry is as accurate and current as possible.Upon verification, these records will be made "Inactive" in the Registry.Second Degree Sexual Assault* 940.225(3 third Degree Sexual Assault 940.22(2 sexual Exploitation by Therapist 940.30, false Imprisonment victim was minor and not the offenders child 940.31, kidnapping victim was minor and not the offenders child 944.01, rape (old statute) 944.06, incest 944.10.Chapter 980 commitments (Sexually Violent Persons) under supervised release will be required to verify the information in the Registry, at a minimum, every 90 days.This also includes people who have been in prison, on probation or parole, or in a mental or county correctional institution since December 25, 1993, for a registerable offense.