||Nicole Dekat - Supervisor 785-296-2841. Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
|Offenders Required to Register:
||Anyone convicted of the following offenses and whose date of offense occurred on or after April 14, 1994, must register and such registration becomes public record: rape, (aggravated) and/or indecent liberties with a child, (aggravated) and/or criminal sodomy, (aggravated) and/or indecent solicitation of a child, sexual exploitation of a child, and aggravated sexual battery. Anyone convicted of the following offenses on or after April 14, 1994, must register, and if date of offense occurred on or after July 1, 1997, such registration becomes public record: sexual battery and aggravated incest. Anyone convicted of the following offenses on or after July 1, 1997, must register, and if date of offense occurred on or after July 1, 1997, such registration becomes public record: capital murder, first degree murder, second degree murder, voluntary (and involuntary) manslaughter, kidnapping (except by a parent), aggravated kidnapping, criminal restraint (except by a parent) when the victim is less than 18 years of age, adultery, criminal sodomy, promoting prostitution, patronizing a prostitute, lewd and lascivious unlawful sexual conduct when one of the parties involved is less than 18 years of age. Those convicted of Unlawful Manufacture of or attempting such of any controlled substance, Possession of Precursors with intent to Manufacture a Controlled Substance, and Unlawful Sale of Distribution of a Controlled Substance.
(1) Name and all alias names;
(2) date and city, state and country of birth, and any alias dates or places of birth;
(3) title and statute number of each offense or offenses committed, date of each conviction or adjudication and court case numbers for each conviction or adjudication;
(4) city, county, state or country of conviction or adjudication;
(5) sex and date of birth or purported age of each victim of all offenses requiring registration;
(6) current residential address, any anticipated future residence and any temporary lodging information including, but not limited to, address, telephone number and dates of travel for any place in which the offender is staying for seven or more days; and, if transient, the locations where the offender has stayed and frequented since last reporting for registration;
(7) all telephone numbers at which the offender may be contacted including, but not limited to, all mobile telephone numbers;
(8) social security number, and all alias social security numbers;
(9) identifying characteristics such as race, ethnicity, skin tone, sex, age, height, weight, hair and eye color, scars, tattoos and blood type;
(10) occupation and name, address or addresses and telephone number of employer or employers, and name of any anticipated employer and place of employment;
(11) all current driver's licenses or identification cards, including a photocopy of all such driver's licenses or identification cards and their numbers, states of issuance and expiration dates;
(12) all vehicle information, including the license plate number, registration number of and any other identifier and description of any vehicle owned or operated by the offender, or any vehicle the offender regularly drives, either for personal use or in the course of employment, and information concerning the location or locations such vehicle or vehicles are habitually parked or otherwise kept;
(13) license plate number, registration number or other identifier and description of any aircraft or watercraft owned or operated by the offender, and information concerning the location or locations such aircraft or watercraft are habitually parked, docked or otherwise kept;
(14) all professional licenses, designations and certifications;
(15) documentation of any treatment received for a mental abnormality or personality disorder of the offender; for purposes of documenting the treatment received, registering law enforcement agencies, correctional facility officials, treatment facility officials and courts may rely on information that is readily available to them from existing records and the offender;
(16) a photograph or photographs;
(17) fingerprints and palm prints;
(18) any and all schools and satellite schools attended or expected to be attended and the locations of attendance and telephone number;
(19) any and all: E-mail addresses; online identities used by the offender on the internet; information relating to membership in any and all personal web pages or online social networks ; and internet screen names;
(20) all travel and immigration documents; and
(21) name and telephone number of the offender's probation, parole or community corrections officer.
(1) The offender shall also provide to the registering law enforcement agency DNA
exemplars, unless already on file at the Kansas bureau of investigation.
(2) If the exemplars to be taken require the withdrawal of blood, such withdrawal may be performed only by:
(A) A person licensed to practice medicine and or surgery, or a person acting under the supervision of any such licensed person;
(B) a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse;
(C) any qualified medical technician; or
(D) a licensed phlebotomist.
||Kansas Bureau of Investigation , Department of Corrections and local law enforcement, county sheriff, courts, tribal.
|Timeframe for Registration:
||Upon release or parole from correctional institution or upon commencement of a sentence of intermediate punishment or probation; within 3 days of changing address; within 3 days of moving to another state.
|Applies to Out of State Offenders:
||Yes. Effective July 1, 2001 Any person who is a Kansas resident who has been required to register under any federal, military, or other state's law will be required to register in Kansas even if their conviction was prior to our effective date.
|Duration of Requirement:
||Sexually violent predators - until the court determines the person is no longer a sexually violent predator; certain other offenders - 15, 25, and life. If more than one conviction LIFE.
|Verification of Address:
||The KBI is no longer responsible for the verification of addresses due to a change in statute effective July 1, 2007. Offenders are required to report in person 4 times a year to the county sheriff in every county they are required to register. County Sheriff’s are responsible for verifying offender addresses on a schedule and by a method determined by each sheriff.
|Penalties for Non-Compliance:
||Failure to register, failure to udpate the registration or any other violation of the Kansas Offender Registration Act is:
(A) Upon a first conviction, a severity level 6, person felony;
(B) upon a second conviction, a severity level 5, person felony; and
(C) upon a third or subsequent conviction, a severity level 3, person felony.
(2) Aggravated violation of the Kansas offender registration act is a severity level 3, person felony.
|Access to Information:
||The general public has access to SOR information through an Internet website. Members of the public may also inspect registration records at a local sheriff's office or at the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. (The date of commission of specific offenses determines whether an offender's registration information is a public record.)
||Social security numbers and drivers license information the name, address, telephone number or any other information which specifically and individually identifies the identity of any victim of a registerable offense; the offender's criminal history arrests that did not result in convictions; travel and immigration document numbers of the offender; and internet identifiers of the offender are not considered open to the public.
7,880 - Publicly available
10,660 - Restricted and publicly available
619 Non-Compliant offenders that are publicly available
||94% of offenders required to register by Kansas law are compliant.