Individuals in the state of Wisconsin who have been convicted of any type of sex offense, like sexual assault, rape or sexual conduct of a minor, face much higher scrutiny than others convicted of many other offenses.

After paying their debt to society and serving time behind bars, persons in Wisconsin who have been convicted of a sex offense must register with a public catalog known as the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry.

What Is The Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry?

The registry is an archive that provides a list of individuals who have been convicted of a sex crime, or offenses that are considered sexually motivated. The archive provides information about the person, including but not limited to:

  • Name and date of birth
  • Nature of the offense
  • Current place of employment or current residence

Such information is accessible by the public as well as law enforcement.

Along with public disclosure private information, some individuals may be required to wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet that supervises their location in relation to their home.

Types Of Offenses That Mandate Registration

In the state of Wisconsin, convictions for the following sex crimes will mandate registration:

  • Sexual assault or exploitation of a child
  • Child trafficking
  • Internet activities regarding the facilitation of a child sex crime
  • Solicitation of a child for sexual activity
  • Possession of child pornography

Federal Sex Offenses

Certain federal sex offenses will also mandate registration and include:

  • Sexual exploitation of minors
  • Activities relating to child pornography
  • Production of sexually explicit depictions of a minor
  • Transportation of a minor via interstate or abroad with intent to engage in sexual activity
  • Purchasing or selling of minor children for purposes of sexual activity
  • Transmitting information about a minor with intent to engage in any sexual activity

Contact Our Team Of Attorneys Today

If you or a loved one is charged with any type of sex offense, hiring an experienced lawyer who has obtained results in similar circumstances is advised.

At Kirk Obear, Attorney at Law, our team of criminal defense lawyers has defended individuals in Sheboygan and all across Wisconsin against a wide range of sex offenses, helping people mitigate convictions and other consequences associated.

Call 920-395-3004 today.

Is your child facing statutory rape charges or sexual assault of a minor? If you are a parent concerned about your child's future, contact us immediately to learn how we can help.