Wisconsin Statute To whom does sex offender registration apply? In general, sex offender registration applies to anyone who is convicted or adjudicated delinquent; sentenced to prison, juvenile corrections, residential treatment, probation, extended supervision, parole, aftercare supervision; found not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect; is in institutional care, conditional transfer or conditional release, is on lifetime supervision for a sex offense in Wisconsin or a comparable sex offense from another jurisdiction; and anyone ordered by a judge to comply after a finding that the person was a child in need of protection or services, for a sex offense.
Milwaukee, Waukesha and most recently Brookfield are among the cities that changed their sex offender ordinance following a federal court case in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin Public Radio reported. A judge in determined that the village's sex offender ordinance violated the equal protection clause of the U. Constitution by essentially banishing offenders from the town.
Milwaukee, Brookfield, West Allis, others expanding areas where offenders can live. A registered sex offender shows his GPS ankle bracelet. Many such offenders on electronic monitoring become homeless because of restrictive housing laws that prohibit them from living near schools, parks and day-care centers.
CBS 58 — Authorities are looking for a registered sex offender after they say he was acting suspiciously while at Klode Park in Whitefish Bay. He is said to have asked the kids to look at an image of a supposed Disney character on his phone. Feeling uncomfortable, one of the children pulled out her cell phone to call but did not complete the call as Hoelzer walked away.
The aim of establishing the law is to protect residents of the state from re-offending sex offenders. The law ensures that persons convicted of a sexual crime in Wisconsin must register upon release from jail, parole, or probation. The duration of registration is between 15 years and a lifetime.
Jump to a detailed profile, search site with google or try advanced search. According to our research of Wisconsin and other state lists, there were 2, registered sex offenders living in Milwaukee as of September 14, The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Milwaukee is to 1.
Please read the following information before proceeding to view information about offenders under supervision by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. This data is being provided on the Internet to make the information more easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individual. Additional information about ways to reinforce personal protection is available in our on-line publications and on the Department of Corrections Victim Web Site. If a person has not been convicted of a qualifying offense, or if information has not been submitted about that person, information about that person may not be included in the registry.
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Wisconsin has the fifth most sex offenders per capita, according to a new analysis of data obtained by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The report, released this month by the security research site ASecureLife, says Wisconsin has sex offenders perresidents, just ahead of Michigan and behind South Dakota. Oregon had by far the most registered sex offenders per capita at perresidents, followed by Arkansas and Delaware.