Not every sex offender is required to register in Wyoming, or they may have registered previously and are no longer required to register under the provisions of the Registration Act.If you believe that an offender has a duty to register but is not on the public website, please contact either your local law enforcement agency or the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry via phone or email.

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There are two features available by subscription on the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry public website.

You can sign up to track a specific offender by clicking on the link “Register to Track this Offender” on the offender’s home page.

If sending email please send as much information as you can provide including name, date of birth or age, address where the offender may be located, what the crime was, and where and when the offender was convicted.

Per the Wyoming Sex Offender Registration Act statute 7-19-307(c), sex offenders who do not comply with registration requirements can be convicted of “failure to register”, which is a felony on the first offense, and is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000 and incarcerated up to 5 years, or both The amount of information provided to the public on the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry public website it controlled by statute.

It is required that the address where the offender is physically employed be displayed on the public website. Wyoming does not base the duty to register on the requirements of the state of conviction, or of the duty to register in any other state.

You should contact your legal counsel to determine what your rights are in hiring offenders. Offenders who were adjudicated as juveniles of crimes listed in Wyoming Statute 7-19-302(j) are prohibited from being displayed on the public website. The duty to register in Wyoming is based solely on Wyoming laws, and the duty in this state may be different from any other state the offender was previously registered in.The offender is required to deregister, in person, with the sheriff’s office where they are registered and provide the address where the offender is going.The Wyoming Sex Offender Registry will then notify the receiving state of the offender’s intent to relocate.Sex offenders register with the sheriff’s office(s) in the county(ies) where they will live, work or go to school.If the offender is being released from a Wyoming Department of Corrections incarceration facility, they will be registered prior to release from there, and will then need to register with the sheriff’s office.Frequency of verification is determined by the registration category as set out in Wyoming Statutes 7-19-302(g), (h), and (j).