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The Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) is Title I of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. SORNA is a set of mandatory minimum standards for all jurisdictions, including federally-recognized tribes in the United States. It was enacted to help close some jurisdictional loopholes and to strengthen the nationwide network of sex offender registration and notification programs.

Sault Tribe Law Enforcement has listed a number of websites that contain information on SORNA, Michigan’s public registry, Federal Registry, inmate information and other information to help keep the public safe.

Michigan Sex Offender Registry Public Website

Dru Sjodin Nation Public Sex Offender Registry that links all state, territorial, and tribal offender registries

Michigan’s Inmate Location Information from Corrections Department

The Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate look up

Office of Sex Offender sentencing, monitoring, apprehending, registering, and tracking information about SORNA

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which allows the public to view missing posters and report child porn and exploitative materials

IkeepSafe is a non profit organization that gives parents, educators and policymakers the information and tools to teach children the safe and healthy use of technology and the Internet

National District Attorneys Association’s National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse training, conferences, case law updates and FAQ

A joint site of Protect and the National Association of Protect Children, which is connected to different social sites

Center for Sex Offender Management Enhanced

Department of Justice information site about Amber Alert programs, with an active alert page

Polaris Project is one of the leading organizations in the global fight against human trafficking and modern day slavery

National Congress American Indians

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