The Nation was one of the first tribes to establish a sex offender registry. The Tohono O'odham Nation reserves the right to modify or amend the Laws of the land as necessary. Offenders who are required to register shall also show up in person every 90 days for the remainder of their life.
The following jurisdictions are offline:. Search sex offender registries for all 50 states, The District of Columbia, U. Territories, and Indian Country.
State lawmakers are weighing whether to give judges more leeway to eliminate the requirement that certain people register for life as sex offenders. A measure approved Thursday by the Senate Judiciary Committee would allow people convicted of certain sex crimes, when they turn 35, to petition to be absolved of the mandate. The legislation pushed by House Speaker Rusty Bowers would apply only in situations where the offender was younger than 22 at the time and the victim was at least 15 if the sexual contact was consensual.
The unit also conducts community notifications of registered sex offenders residing within its jurisdiction. The Sex Offender Notification Unit monitors registered sex offender compliance and investigates incidents involving non-compliance. The initial phase of our OffenderWatch r implementation includes the following participating jurisdictions:. Tempe Police Department.
Yuma County Sheriff's Office S. Sex Offender Registration appointments need to be made by telephone and will be available as follows:. This form will eliminate the need to travel to our office to register these changes.
Being charged with a sex crime in Arizona is a serious matter with potentially life-altering consequences. If you are arrested, remember that you have the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney, and you should exercise those rights immediately. Examples include:.
There are thousands of people listed on Arizona's registry of sex offenders. Operation Safe Treat targets fugitive sex offenders, child predators with outstanding arrest warrants, and those wanted for crimes against children. The operation makes sure a select group of offenders follow their probation rules.
The bill would expand the list of crimes for which sex offenders could petition to be removed from the registry, while imposing new restrictions on people who seek removal. With a narrow scope and support from tough-on-crime Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, HB was working its way through the legislative process at a steady clip, despite an at times hostile response from criminal justice reform advocates who believe it does little to nothing to help people rid themselves of the lifetime obligation to register as sex offenders. The bill was nowhere to be found on April 8 agenda, either. Bowers, a Mesa Republican, is hopeful that Fann will still hear the bill sometime this session.
By Judy Hedding. Convicted sex offenders who have been released from custody are required to register with the police. In June ofArizona adopted its version of "Megan's Law" which includes a community notification process when a sex offender is released from jail or prison, or when they are on probation.
ABC15 has created an interactive map of sex offenders who live in the Valley, using data obtained from the Arizona Department of Public Safety. This map only shows registered sex offenders who live in the Valley that have a designated address in the obtained dataset. The map has a total of more than 4, offenders in the Valley, which makes up over half of the approximately 7, offenders on the obtained list. For a fullscreen view of the Valley sex offender map, click here.