As a general rule, the sentencing court will determine an offender's risk level at the time of sentencing (in probation cases) or at the time of release from custody (in jail or prison cases).
When an incarcerated offender is set to be released into the community, the Board of Examiners of Sex Offenders will evaluate the case and provide a risk level recommendation to the court.
This website provides information on registered sex offenders pursuant to California Penal Code § 290.46 so that members of the public can better protect themselves and their families.The information on this site is extracted from the California Sex and Arson Registry (CSAR), the State’s repository for sex offender information.The information in the CSAR is provided to local law enforcement agencies by the sex offender during the registration process.Pursuant to Penal Code § 290.46, not all registered sex offenders are posted on this website. The California Attorney General announced the creation of the California Cyber Crime Center (C4), a new initiative to fight crime in the digital era by bringing state-of-the-art digital forensic capabilities and cyber security expertise to law enforcement across the state The California Attorney General unveiled a Model Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for law enforcement agencies and colleges to improve coordination, collaboration and transparency around sexual assault. The California Attorney General emphasizes the importance of statewide collaboration – amongst law enforcement, non-profit service providers, and the pubic – in fighting the scourge of human trafficking. This Google™ translation feature is provided for informational purposes only.A first conviction is punishable as a Class E felony; a second or subsequent conviction is punishable as a Class D felony. They must notify DCJS no later than 10 days of establishing residency in New York, and then the Board of Examiners of Sex Offenders reviews their cases to determine if they have to register in New York State.
If they are registerable, then a court where the offender resides will hold a hearing to determine his/her risk level. However, they must notify DCJS of their new address no later than 10 days after the move.However, if the offender is under parole or probation supervision, other New York State laws may limit the offender from living within 1,000 feet of a school or other facility caring for children. A sex offender must provide (in writing) DCJS his or her new address no later than 10 days after moving.If you have information that an offender is not living at the reported address, you should contact your local law enforcement agency.The court will hold a risk level hearing and assign a level to the offender prior to release.The risk level determines how much information can be provided to the community.An individual who is adjudicated as a youthful offender or juvenile delinquent is not convicted of a crime, and his or her records are not available to the public.