Level I's require in-home notification only where the offender resides. A violation of this requirement is a Class 4 Felony.
Level II's and Level III's require community notification. For the purpose of this requirement, an online identifier means: Any electronic email address information and/or instant message, chat, social networking or other similar internet communication name, but DOES NOT include your social security number, date of birth or PIN number.
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For the purpose of this requirement, "required online identifier" means any electronic e-mail address information or instant message, chat, social networking or other similar internet communication name, but does not include a social security number, date of birth or pin number.For reprint permission, please contact RAINN's vice president for public policy, Rebecca O'Connor, at [email protected] (Rape Abuse and Incest National Network) provides general information that is intended, but not guaranteed, to be correct and up-to-date.FERPA requires us to verify your identity if we must access your student account to provide the information you are requesting If you see a red or yellow light you can send an email to financial aid here.The Gila County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for registering sex offenders who reside in Gila County. The committee is comprised of: the State Attorney General, State legislators, representatives from county sheriff’s departments, chiefs of police, county attorneys, adult probation officers, adult parole administrators, the Department of Public Safety Director, the Department of Transportation Director, and a licensed psychologist examiner.