The law protects the public from sex offenders by providing the details of offenders living in the state. Effective July 1,K. Promoting prostitution if one of the parties involved is under 18 - KAN. Any conviction for an offense in effect at any time before the effective date of this act that is comparable to registered sex offenders olathe kansas in Meekatharra sexually violent crime or any federal, military or other state conviction for an offense that under the laws of this state would be a sexually violent crime as defined in this section.
The attempt, conspiracy or criminal solicitation of an offense listed above. A positive identification cannot conclusively be established by comparing name, date of birth, or other information provided on this website.
Criminal sodomy - KAN. The JCCC Police Department is required to inform members of the campus community where to obtain information about such offenders. Number of Olathe, KS sex offenders to residents compared to nearby cities: Ratio 1 offender to 10, residents; lower value means fewer sex offenders to residents.
The KBI searchable database may be used to find all registered sex offenders in any city, county or ZIP code in the state. Any person who has been required to register under any federal, military or other state's law or is otherwise required to be registered. Lastly, please note that the only way to positively link someone to a registered offender record is through fingerprint verification.
Such registration form shall include the following: 1 Name; 2 Date and place of birth; 3 Offense or offenses committed, date of conviction or convictions obtained; 4 City or county of conviction or convictions obtained; 5 Sex and age of the victim; 6 Current address; 7 social security number; 8 identifying characteristics such as race, skin tone, sex, age, hair and eye color, scars, tattoos and blood type; 9 Occupation, the name of employer and place of employment; 10 Drivers license and vehicle information, including the registration number of each license plate assigned to any motor vehicle normally operated by the offender; 11 Documentation of any treatment received for a mental abnormality or personality disorder of the offender; for purposes of documenting the treatment received, sheriffs, prison officials, and courts may rely on information that is readily available to them from existing records and the offender.