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The Sex Offender Registry website is updated regularly based on information provided by state and local government agencies and the registrants themselves. The site is intended to provide the public with information concerning the location of sex offenders. The registration information available on this website will be updated on a regular basis to reflect the most current information on file with the South Dakota State Division of Criminal Investigation. Registrants are required to verify their address every six months and upon a change of address. Registrants do move and may fail to notify the relevant law enforcement office of their change in residence.

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Sex Offenders | City of Madison, SD

Do sex offenders receive treatment while in prison? Failure to take part or complete STOP can negatively impact an inmate's parole and classification level. Those inmates who are terminated from or refuse treatment while in prison may have their visits restricted, may be classified to a higher level and may jeopardize their parole release. Do sex offenders have to register upon their release from prison in South Dakota? All persons convicted of serious sex crimes, including federal, military, out-of-state convictions and certain adjudicated juveniles, must register if residing in South Dakota.

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In the South Dakota State Legislature amended the sex offender registry laws to provide a public access internet site which lists all offenders registered in the State. The Division of Criminal Investigation does its best to assure that the information presented here is accurate and current. This site is updated on a regular basis; however the information can change quickly. It is possible that information accessed or obtained through this Web site may not reflect current residences, employment, school attendance, or other information regarding such individuals, and users must verify registration information with the local registering agency. This information is being made available on the Internet to facilitate public access to information about persons who have committed sex offenses to enable you to take appropriate precautions to protect yourself and those in your care from possible harm.
Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. South Dakota state law requires that any person who has been convicted of a sex crime or of felony sexual contact must register with local law enforcement within ten days of moving to a residence. In the South Dakota State Legislature amended the sex offender registry laws to provide a public access internet site which lists all offenders registered in the State. The Spearfish Police Department believes that it is extremely important to provide our citizens with public notice and information about a registrant so our community can protect themselves and others.