The sex offender shall complete and sign the form and mail the form to the Central Repository not later than 10 days after receipt of the form to verify that he still resides at the address he last registered.
A sex offender shall include with each verification form a current set of fingerprints, a current photograph and all other information that is relevant to updating his record of registration, including, but not limited to, any change in his name, occupation, employment, work, volunteer service or driver’s license and any change in the license number or description of a motor vehicle registered to or frequently driven by him.
Pursuant to Nevada Revised Statute, there are three requirements a sex offender must fulfill in order to be in compliance with the sex offender registry: Initial Registration, Change of Address, and Annual Verification.
For information on the State of Nevada's registration and community notification requirements, contact Sex Offender Registration unit at (775) 687-1600 (M-F 8am to 5pm PT) or the Nevada Attorney General web site.
Want to ruin someone else’s relationship without the messy business of actually getting involved?
You want to use Tinder, but you’re too busy, and you’re loaded (it is the perfect time of year for it with revision and student loans…). Aimed at rich single men with little free time to spare, Personal Dating Assistants provides an online profile management and ghostwriting service for dating profiles.
A bit like how Jordan writes all her books, but for sex.
Then, if your Facebook friend changes their relationship status, the website will send you an email, so you’ll be right in there straight away. As well as swiping left you can use the app to specify whether you’re feeling Heavenly (“Let’s go for a cute Frappuccino and take selfies”) or Sinful (“Hey, I would like to have sex with you”).
If the person you’ve swiped is also feeling Heavenly or Sinful to match you, then you’ve got yourself a match made in Heaven (sorry).
The Court rejected Plaintiff's double jeopardy claim because the registration requirement was not "overwhelmingly punitive." Rather, the Court found that "the implied purpose is plainly regulatory." Nor does the Act involve "an affirmative disability or restraint." In addition, the Court rejected contentions that the Act violated the ex post facto clause or constituted a bill of attainder or cruel and unusual punishment.
The Court reasoned that the purpose of the Act was to protect the public, not to punish sex offenders, and that any punitive effects were clearly outweighed by the remedial purpose.
The website markets itself as “dating, done for you” and promises to land you eight dates per month, depending on how much you’re willing to fork out for the service.
A basic ‘Weekend Cassanova’ membership costs £225 per month, or you can splash out on the top level ‘International Playboy’ profile costing a mere £903 per month.
The app also includes a handy map so you can see your fellow Heavenly or Sinful people according to their location.