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Anyone who uses information contained in the Sex/Violent Offender Registry to commit a criminal act against another person is subject to criminal prosecution.
The Sex/Violent Offender Registry changes constantly and should be updated every week.
In addition, minimum disclosure requirements are provided for each tier level assigned to a sexual offender: Tier Level 1 Name and address Conviction(s) qualifying an offender for registration (MCA 44-5-103(13) Agency with whom the offender is registered Tier Level 2 Name and address Conviction(s) qualifying an offender for registration (MCA 44-5-103(13) Agency with whom the offender is registered The supervising law enforcement agency may also provide the victim and any agency, organization, or group serving persons who have characteristics similar to those of a previous victim with: Type of victim targeted by offense that the offender is registered for; Photo and physical description of the offender; and Any conditions imposed by the court upon the offender for the safety of the public Tier Level 3 Same as for Level 1 and 2 and shall give the victim and the public notification including: Type of victim targeted by offense Photograph and physical description of the offender, and Any conditions imposed by the court upon the offender for the safety of the public The agency shall also include the date of the offender’s release from confinement or if not confined, the date of the offender’s sentence and an indication that the offender was not confined and the community in which the offense occurred.
This information is provided to enhance public safety and protection, not to increase fear.
Sexual offenders registered in Montana should have a tier level designation if they were sentenced in Montana on or after October 1, 1997, which is when the Montana Legislature required courts to assign tier levels. Sex offenders who have not been given an evaluation will NOT have a tier level designated.
If an offender was given a level designation, the agency shall give the public notification that may include the offender’s name and exact address, the type of victim targeted by the offense, photograph and physical description of the offender, the offense for which the offender is required to register, and any conditions imposed by the court upon the offender for the safety of the public.
LEVEL 1 – The risk of a repeat sexual offense is low; LEVEL 2 – The risk of a repeat sexual offense is moderate; LEVEL 3 – The risk of a repeat sexual offense is high, there is a threat to public safety, and the evaluator believes that the offender is a sexually violent predator.
N = NON Designated Violent offenders are not given a tier level designation A tier level designation has not been given – sex offenders who were sentenced prior to the enactment of tier levels in 1997 will not have a tier level designation.
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