Scope of Notification Level 1 - Law enforcement may notify: Other law enforcement agencies Any victims of, or witnesses to, the offense committed by the offender Level 2 - In addition to Level 1 notifications, law enforcement may notify: Schools and daycares Establishments and organizations that primarily serve individuals likely to be victimized by the offender Level 3 - In addition to Level 2 notifications, law enforcement may notify: Other members of the community whom the offender is likely to encounter About Community Notification Policy Now for the first time in Minnesota, there is a law that will provide each member of the community with needed information about released sex offenders.
While South St. Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services. The level of risk posed by the offender determines to whom law enforcement may disclose information. To develop this model policy, the Legislature directed the board to consult with representatives of:.
Overview of the Community Notification Act Legislative Findings and Purpose "The legislature finds that if members of the public are provided adequate notice and information about a sex offender who has been or is about to be released from custody and who lives or will live in or near their neighborhood, the community can develop constructive plans to prepare themselves and their children for the offender's release.
On May 17,President Clinton signed a similar new federal law, which has been widely discussed in the press under the title "Megan's Law. The Saint Paul Police Department is available to help you by providing you and your family with useful information on personal safety. The level of risk posed by the offender determines to whom law enforcement may disclose information.
This information will include the DOC's recommendation of risk level.
This ignorance has sometimes had tragic consequences, not only for prior and future victims of the released offender, but sometimes for the offender as well. This fact-sheet will include non-public information. Risk Level 1 represents low-risk i.
More in News. By Sarah Horner shorner pioneerpress. Two separate "fact sheets" will be sent to the law enforcement agency about each offender. Sex offender notification laws differ from state to state. For Level 1 releases, law enforcement agencies share information with other law enforcement agencies and with victims and witnesses.
The soon-to-be-released offender is assigned one of three risk categories by a committee convened at the correctional facility.