Hualapai Tribe

Sex Offender Registry
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Welcome to the Hualapai Tribe Sex Offender Registry website. On July 27, 2006, the United States passed the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), also known as the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. Under SORNA, every State, Territory and Indian Tribe is required to register all sex offenders who live, work or go to school within their jurisdiction.
To comply with the key provisions of SORNA, on June 22, 2012, the Hualapai Tribal Council amended the 2004 Criminal Offenses of the Law and Order Code for the Hualapai Tribe, Section 6.126 to 6.139 Sex Offender Registration. The new provisions of the Code require sex offenders who live, work or go to school on the Reservation to register with the Hualapai Nation Police Department, subject to the requirements of the Code. In addition, the Tribe is also required to set up a public website related to sex offender registration. The Hualapai Tribe is currently in the process of enacting key provisions of SORNA. The Sex Offender Registry website is maintained by the Hualapai Nation Police Department.

Conditions of Use:

This website is provided as a public service by the Hualapai Tribe (“Tribe”). Using this website, interested members of the public have access to and may search the website public information regarding the presence or location of offenders who, in most cases, have been convicted of sexually violent offenses against adults and children and certain sexual contact and other crimes against victims who are minors. The public can use this website to educate themselves about the possible presence of such offenders in their local communities.
It is possible that information accessed or obtained through this website may not reflect current residences, employment, school attendance, or other information regarding such individuals, and users are forewarned that it is incumbent upon them to verify information. Any user seeking more information or verification should communicate with the Hualapai Nation Police Department and/or the local law enforcement agency where the offender resides, works, or attends school, as appropriate. Any individual who believes that information contained in the website is not accurate should communicate with the Hualapai Nation Police Department for further assistance.
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