Not every sex offender is required to register in Wyoming, or they may have registered previously and are no longer required to register under the provisions of the Registration Act.If you believe that an offender has a duty to register but is not on the public website, please contact either your local law enforcement agency or the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry via phone or email.
But whether it’s a police decoy or a parent who discovers the interaction, the results will be the same: a humiliating arrest and the risk of jail, a sex offender label and the scorn of spouses, family, friends and coworkers.If you are charged with unlawful contact with a minor, you need to retain a highly skilled sex crimes attorney.A person’s tier level does NOT have any effect on whether the person is subject to the 2,000 ft law, how long they are required to register, or any other element of sex offender registration.It is used ONLY to determine how often the person must update registration information.You can also receive notifications for offenders living near a specific address using the "Receive Email Alerts" option on the right side of the search screen.
In both cases, the subscriber will need to provide their name and a valid email address for the notice to be sent to you.
There are two features available by subscription on the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry public website.
You can sign up to track a specific offender by clicking on the link “Register to Track this Offender” on the offender’s home page.
While a lot of work at home jobs are phone-based, the Internet has opened up a new breed of customer service that does not require being on the phone.
In fact, live customer service chat is becoming more and more popular everyday.
Unlawful contact with a minor is a felony of the third degree, punishable by up to seven years in prison.