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Vicki Henry, president of Women Against Registry, considers the registry rules cruel and unusual punishment that do more harm than good by putting stringent restrictions on people as they try to reenter society. This information is made available to interested citizens to help them educate themselves about the possible presence of such offenders in their local communities.
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Henderson recognizes the uphill battle he and others who oppose the registry face when it comes to convincing lawmakers to consider easing restrictions and registration mandates. Pursuant to Nevada Revised Statute, there are three requirements a sex offender must fulfill in order to be in compliance with the sex offender registry: Initial RegistrationChange of Addressand Annual Verification.
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Henderson and his lawyer provided BPD with court documents showing the conviction was for attempted predatory criminal sexual assault. Sexual Abuse. To support more stories and interviews like this one, please consider making a contribution. Pursuant to Nevada Revised Statute, there are three requirements a sex offender must fulfill in order to be in compliance with the sex offender registry: Initial Registration , Change of Address , and Annual Verification.
Several weeks later, the year-old received a letter from Sikora changing the registration requirement from once a year to every 90 days.