Persons convicted for a sex offense in North Dakota must register as a sex offender in the state. The law protects the residents of North Dakota by putting sex offenders in check. The law also applies to sex offenders convicted in another state but wish to move, attend school, or work in North Dakota. There are no restrictions on where an offender may live or work in the state. There are laws restricting individuals from getting into childcare facilities, schools, or parks.
Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. Skip to Main Content. Sign In. The individual whose name appears on this notification has been convicted of a crime against a child or an attempted crime against a child, or has pleaded guilty to a sexual offense.
Offenders must register with the agency in which they will reside. If you live in the city limits you will register with the local police such as the Fargo Police Department or the West Fargo Police Department. If you reside outside the city limits then you will register with the Cass County Sheriff's Offices.
Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. Moderate: Moderate risk offenders score higher on actuarial tools than those in the low risk category, but may not constitute a significant threat to all members of the public. Community notification is "targeted" towards those who fall in a similar victim class as a previous victim of the offender.