Havasupai Tribe

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Welcome to the Havasupai Tribe’s Public Sex Offender Registry Website. The Havasupai Tribe has a compelling interest in promoting public safety on tribal lands and protecting the Havasupai Tribe, its members, and any visitors to the Havasupai Reservation from sex offenders. To this end, the Tribe elected to become a registration jurisdiction under Title I of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (P.L. 109-28), called the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (“SORNA” or the “Act”), passed by the United States Congress in 2006.

SORNA sets comprehensive minimum standards for sex offender registration and notification systems across the United States. Every jurisdiction in the United States must meet or exceed the federal standards set forth the in the SORNA. A “jurisdiction” under the Act includes the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the principal U.S. territories and any Indian Tribe that elects to become a registration jurisdiction. This means the Havasupai Tribe is responsible for registration and notification duties under the SORNA including: collection of registration information from sex offenders, information sharing with law enforcement, and community notifications.

To carry out its duties under the SORNA, the Havasupai Tribe enacted the Havasupai Tribe Sex Offender Registration and Notification Ordinance (the “SORNA Ordinance”) on October 4, 2011 through Havasupai Resolution No. 28-11. The SORNA Ordinance exercises the inherent and delegated, civil and criminal authority of the Tribe to the fullest extent permitted by tribal, state and federal law. Under the Ordinance, all sex offenders who live, work, or go to school on the Havasupai Reservation MUST register with Bureau of Indian Affairs Law Enforcement. For purposes of the Ordinance, a person lives, works or goes to school on the Reservation if they are present for more than 14 days. In addition, all visitors to the Havasupai Reservation who are sex offenders MUST complete a visitor registration form with Bureau of Indian Affairs Law Enforcement or the Tourist Office. A person is considered a visitor if they remain on the Havasupai Reservation for 1 to 14 days. Failure to register or complete visitor forms will subject an individual to criminal and civil penalties.

Conditions of Use:

This website is provided as a public service by the Havasupai 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 Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Law Enforcement 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 BIA Law Enforcement or the Tribal Council.

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 or civil liability under federal and/or Havasupai Law.

Users are urged to contact the Havasupai 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 Havasupai Public Sex Offender Registry website; (2) waives any and all rights that the user may or might have against the Havasupai 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 Havasupai Tribe and any of their officials, employees, or contractors.

Before you will be allowed to be a user of this website, you must accept and agree with the conditions set forth herein by clicking on the “Continue” button below. If you choose not to agree, a message will appear and access will be denied.

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