If an offender decides to move, he/she must report the address change to the local Probation & Parole office on an address change form prior to actually moving.This form is then forwarded to the Kentucky State Police for updating the offender's records, including the website.If you suspect an offender has moved from the address listed on the website, you should report this suspected violation to the law enforcement agency that serves your area so that an investigation may be conducted.Generally, the easiest way to search is by entering the minimum information needed.As used in this subsection, "local legislative body" means the chief governing body of a city, county, urban-county government, consolidated local government, charter county government, or unified local government that has legislative powers.(3) For purposes of this section: (a) The registrant shall have the duty to ascertain whether any property listed in subsection (1) of this section is within one thousand (1,000) feet of the registrant's residence; and (b) If a new facility opens, the registrant shall be presumed to know and, within ninety (90) days, shall comply with this section.If an offender moves without following the proper procedure, and it is discovered, then he/she is considered to be "Non-Compliant" and is subject to being charged with a Class D felony for the first offense and a Class C felony for each subsequent offense.
His or her passport number and country of issue; b. The foreign countries, colonies, territories, or possessions that the registrant will visit. The registrant shall register the following information with the appropriate local probation and parole office no later than five (5) working days after the date of his or her return from traveling outside of the United States: a.
Typing information in only one of the search fields will give you the most results.
For example, just entering the county name in the search field will list all offenders registered in that county.
The address verification procedure is conducted by sending an address verification form to the offender's registered address, which must be signed by the offender and returned within 10 days.
Lifetime registrants have their addresses verified every 90 days, while the addresses of ten-year and twenty-year registrants are verified annually.