Level one sex offenders

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Skip to Main Content. Classification Levels About Classification Levels When an offender is released from custody and placed back to the community, the Washington State Department of Corrections Community Protection Unit evaluates the offender. They determine the risk classification level for the offender. This evaluation is based on a complex scoring and review process. Community safety is a primary factor in the process. The classification levels basically have the following meanings: Level 1 These offenders present the lowest possible risk to the community and their likelihood to re-offend is considered minimal.

Sex offender registration information

Classification Levels | Pierce County, WA - Official Website

For the best experience and to ensure full functionality of this site, please enable JavaScript in your browser. Upon analyzing our sex offender discovery ratios, our searches have shown a marked increase in the number of sex offenders discovered when compared to past years. Given this dramatic increase, I felt it necessary to include an informational note to our clients. Five years ago, through one of our comprehensive background checks, we were finding a total of sexual offenders in any given week, with perhaps an average of per month. We are now averaging offenders each day.

Offender Levels & Notification Guidelines

Registration takes approximately 30 minutes. At this time, you will be fingerprinted and photographed. Please note, wait times may vary depending on the volume of requests for Records Unit Services. The addresses listed are NOT exact addresses, but an address block where the sex offender has reported he or she resides.
Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. Skip to Main Content. Sign In. Information concerning this level of registration shall be shared with other law enforcement agencies, and upon request, relevant, necessary and accurate information may be disclosed to any victim or witness to the offense and to any community member who lives near the residence where the offender resides, expects to reside, or is regularly found.