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Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act: Survey of States and Territories on Implementation of the Act (GAO-13-234 SP, February 2013), an E-Supplement to GAO-13-211

Publication year: 2013 | Cataloged on: Apr. 25, 2013

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  • 026994

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  • 2013
Thumbnail preview ANNOTATION: “This e-supplement is a companion to our report titled, Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act: Jurisdictions Face Challenges to Implementing the Act, and Stakeholders Report Positive and Negative Effects (GAO-13-211) [NIC accession no. 026992]. The purpose of this e-supplement is to provide information from GAO's Web-based survey of state sex offender registration and notification offices about their efforts to implement the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), challenges associated with doing so, and perspectives on the effects of the law in their jurisdictions.” Questions and responses are provided for the following: status of SORNA implementation and review; challenges regarding SORNA implementation; effects of SORNA implementation; and tracking sex offenders exiting or leaving the U.S. The full report with an analysis of the results from this suvey can be found in the report “Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act: Jurisdictions Face Challenges to Implementing the Act, and Stakeholders Report Positive and Negative Effects” (GAO-13-211) [NIC accession no. 026992].
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