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Legal Topics: Sex Offender Statutes, Minnesota
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Minnesota Statutes, index topics for Sex Offenders and Predatory Offenders
Minnesota Statutes §243.166, Registration of Predatory Offenders. This statute has been amended frequently. Links to the amendments can be found at the end of the text.
Minnesota Statutes §244.052, Predatory Offenders; Notice
Resources (because these laws tend to be amended frequently, always check the date of any information written about them):
The Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW), coordinated by the United States Department of Justice.
Frequently Asked Questions on the Minnesota Predatory Offender Registry, from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Level 3 Predatory Offender Information, from the Minnesota Department of Corrections.
Minnesota's Predatory Offender Community Notification Law, from the Minnesota House or Representatives Research Department.
Minnesota Sex Offender Program frequently requested policies, from the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Overview of Criminal Sexual Conduct Crimes , from the Minnesota House or Representatives Research Department.
Predatory Offender Registration , from the Minnesota House or Representatives Research Department.
Sex Offender Community Notification from the City of Minneapolis.
Sex Offender Notification from the City of Saint Paul.
Sex Offender Publications, from the Minnesota Department of Corrections.
Sex Offenders and Predatory Offenders: Minnesota Criminal and Civil Regulatory Laws , from the Minnesota House or Representatives Research Department.
Suggestions for further research:
Subject headings in the Library's online catalog: Sex Offenders.
Subject headings in the Index to Legal Periodicals and Books: Sexual offender registration laws.
Subject headings in the Minnesota Legal Periodical Index: Sex Offenders.
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