Sex offenders must register and follow a required set of rules, June 20, 2015
Oklahoma- Every sex offender who registers with the Enid Police Department is read, and then must sign, four pages of rules they are required to follow.
Enid Police Department Sgt. Dustin Albright is responsible for tracking and registering the more than 50 offenders residing within the city.
He said each time an offender registers, he collects the information required by state law; such as a criminal history check, fingerprints and photographs.
Albright then sits with each offender and goes over each point of the
Sex Offender Registration Act Notice of Duty to Register. Oklahoma
“I go over the registration form, which contains all the basic information and criminal offenses, a description of their vehicle, their employment, address, etc.,” he said. “Then I go over the Notice of Duty to Register form. I fully explain each rule and read it to them.”
The form explains it is illegal for any offender required to register “to work with, or provide services to children or to work on school premises, or for any person or business which contracts for work to be performed on school premises.”
It also outlines where those offenders classified as aggravated or habitual are prohibited from residing, or visiting.