Sex dating in rudy arkansas
1, 2004 a state legislature mandated sexual offender registry was established for Arkansas in an effort to keep the public notified of the potential dangers of individuals living within their communities that had previously committed sex crimes.
The name, age, approximate address, nature of the crime, Risk assessment Level for all offenders and address of their employers is just some of the information that can be accessed on the registry, which is available to the public via the Arkansas Crime Information Center website which can be accessed HERE.
Sebastian County’s offender’s list is already posted on Inside Fort Smith.
Communities covered in this listing include Van Buren, Alma, Mountainburg, Cedarville, Rudy, Dyer, Uniontown, Dora, Mulberry and Chester. According to a numberof local law enforcement officials, notification to the public when an offender moves into a community is often limited to a small geographic location.
of the Crawford County Sheriff's Department is releasing the following information pursuant to Section 13 of Act 989 of 1997.
The sex and child offender registration and community notification guidelines promulgated by the commission of child abuse, rape and domestic violence, which authorizes law enforcement agencies to inform the public of a sex offender's release when the release of such information will The individuals who appear on this web site have been convicted of a sex offense that requires registration with the Arkansas Crime Information Center.
-is an offender who is considered to pose a moderate risk to the community, warranting limited notice for the protection of the community.-is an offender who is considered to pose a low risk to the community, warranting minimal notice for protection of the community.State agencies such as the police are notified of this type of offender.Every effort has been made to ensure that the information listed is up to date.Additionally, this information can change quickly and information provided by convicted sex offenders is frequently submitted intentionally in error.
Law Enforcement is not allowed by state law to reveal the exact address of the offender. We are trying to keep this web site up to date but offenders move a lot.