Mescalero Apache Tribe

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The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act (Pub.L. 109-248) was passed by Congress on July 26, 2006. Title I of the Adam Walsh Act is known as the "Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act" (SORNA). SORNA was passed to deter sex offenders, allow law enforcement to track sex offenders and allow the public to take appropriate safety precautions.

SORNA requires that states, territories and tribes enact certain sex offender registrration and monitoring legislation. The Mescalero Apache Tribe passed the Tribal Sex Offender Registration Code (TSORC) in January of 2012.

TSORC creates 3 tiers of sex offenders depending on the severity of the sex offense committed. The length and frequency of registration is determined by the tier. Failure to register and update information is a crime.

Sex offenders who: 1) are convicted in Mescalero Apache Tribal Court; 2) reside on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation; 3) are incarcerated on the Reservation; 3) are students on the Reservation or 4) are employed on the Reservation must register with the Tribe.

Conditions of Use:

This Website is provided as a public service by the Mescalero Apache 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 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 Bureau of Indian Affairs-Law Enforcement, Mescalero Agency.

Any person who uses information contained in or accessed through this Website to threaten, intimidate, or harass any individual, including registrants or family members, or who otherwise misuses this information may be subject to criminal prosecution and/or civil liability.

Users are urged to contact the Mescalero Apache Tribe regarding information collection and privacy/confidentiality policies before using this Website.

By using this Website, the user: (1) consents to and agrees to abide by and be subject to any and all policies/disclaimers/terms and conditions and/or laws for access applicable to the Website; (2) waives any and all rights that the user may or might have against the Mescalero Apache Tribe or any of their officials, employees, or contractors arising out of use of and/or reliance on this Website; and (3) accepts and consents to application of the absolute sovereign immunity of the Mescalero Apache Tribe and any of their officials, employees, or contractors.

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