Aug 03, 2022

Compliance checks are conducted on registered sex offenders

Posted Aug 03, 2022 11:44 PM

On Wednesday the Geary County Sheriff's Department announced that they carried out a compliance check on registered sex offenders within Geary County in conjunction with Riley County PD, Pottawatomie Co Sheriff's Office, Kansas Bureau of Investigation, and the United States Marshals Service. Officers went to the homes and employment locations of these registered offenders to make sure they are complying with the terms of their registration.

Offenders must report four times per year - once during the month of their birthday and every third, sixth, and ninth month. They are required to register in-person within three business days of coming into any county or location of jurisdiction where the offender lives or intends to live, maintains employment or intends to maintain employment, attends school or intends to attend school, or upon any commencement, change or termination of residence location, employment status, school attendance or other information as provided in K.S.A. 22-4907. Any offender who is transient is required to report in-person every 30 days.