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D-Minn. who represents the Iron Range and is a strong supporter of the Twin Metals mining project said his office also received an apology from Rom and Carron who acknowledged their comments were "disrespectful to these hardworking 8th District constituents" Nolan saidBoth Rom and Forsman have found themselves under scrutiny for comments made in the past yearRom was quoted in May by The Progressive a grassroots publication that champions progressive politics that the environmental groups would win the copper-nickel fight "one funeral at a time"Forsman also faced backlash in December over a Facebook post on a pro-Hillary Clinton group in which he suggested its members commit suicide Rom was among those suggesting Forsman resign from the Ely City Council over the commentWDIO-TV’s Renee Passal contributed to this report“It’s something that we take very seriously” he said “We put a lot of time and effort into it”This Forum News Service map is not updated in real time It is a map of the sex offender registered in Grand Forks as of July 23 2018As of Thursday 93 sex offenders were registered in Grand Forks 78 of whom had residential addresses in the city according to a list from the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office They are among nearly 1900 sex offenders in the state according to Liz Brocker a spokeswoman for the Attorney General’s OfficeA website for the Attorney General’s Office tracks in real time the locations of sex offenders in the state based on their residence or place of employment Staff with the office work extensively to keep the website up to date with extensive information on offenders Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said Meanwhile law enforcement in communities across the state work to register offenders check up on them and make sure they are compliant with state law The compliance rate for registration is almost 98 percent Brocker said“I think we have one of the best sex offender websites in the country” Stenehjem said adding local communities particularly in Grand Forks do a good job of keeping track of sex offendersUp-to-date systemResidents can generate a list of sex offenders living in their cities or counties by going to wwwsexoffenderndgov The website also has a tool for mapping out offenders Icons will show where they live on a map and by clicking on the flags residents can see photos of offenders as well as their names addresses and levels of risk Clicking on a person’s name will take residents to another page that gives more details on the person including physical descriptions and the offenses they committed Residents also can search lifetime and high-risk offenders by nameStenehjem said residents should take advantage of the website to see if sex offenders are living in the area adding staff work hard to keep the database up to date“People are entitled to know where they are living” Stenehjem said of sex offendersSince the website updates in real time the state doesn’t track how many offenders live in the state each year Brocker said The Grand Forks Police Department had a snapshot count of 105 offenders at the end of 2017 but that number goes beyond sex offenders Lt Derik Zimmel said “An offender is required to register for a variety of either sexual offenses or crimes against children” he said “One example may be physical abuse of a child Another may be calling in a bomb threat to a school (juvenile victims of terrorizing)”By the numbersWhen sex offenders move into Grand Forks they must come to the Police Station in the downtown area There they can use a computer to make sure their information is correct and take a photo of themselves for state records Once finished the information is sent directly to the state so the attorney general’s website can be updated instantaneouslyRobbins called the police station a “hub” for record-keeping He also keeps a separate database so he can schedule visits He and his staff will check on high-risk offenders every 30 days moderate-risk every three months and low-risk every four monthsThe department has to issue public alerts for high-risk offenders when they move to the area Robbins said That includes handing out fliers within a radius of their address and sending news releases to media outletsGrand Forks had no homeless sex offenders as of Wednesday Robbins said Three of the 78 offenders with residential addresses in the city referred to those incarcerated at the Grand Forks County Correctional Center where two moderate- and one high-risk offenders are serving jail timeEight high-risk offenders had physical addresses in the city while one additional individual worked in Grand Forks Of the 28 moderate-risk offenders in the city 21 had home addresses outside the jail while five worked for Grand Forks companiesSix offenders — five of whom work in the community and one who has a residential address — were undetermined Risk levels for North Dakota inmates are assigned several months prior to their release but it may take weeks to gather information and records on an offender who moves to North Dakota according the the Attorney General’s OfficeThe remaining 50 are low-risk offenders with 46 providing home addresses and four working in the cityThough he couldn’t give an exact number Robbins estimated 80 to 90 percent of sex offenders living in Grand Forks are “very stable” residents while the others are transientThe Police Department works closely with other agencies to make sure sex offenders in the city are compliant Robbins said The agency also is a part of a local Sex Offender Containment Task Force which meets every couple of months to share information he saidRobbins encouraged residents to call the Police Department if they think an unregistered sex offender is living in the areaMeeting standardsEach state runs its own sex offender registry though there are federal guidelines that are supposed to be followed The US Department of Justice has 15 guidelines established by the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) but only 18 states in the US have substantially implemented the rules according to an April 5 progress check from the Sex Offender Sentencing Monitoring Apprehending Registering and Tracking Office also known as SMARTNorth Dakota and Minnesota have not substantially implemented SORNA the Justice Department stated in a March letter North Dakota met all areas to some degree but some guidelines listed for improvement included offense-based tiering for registration having a 21-day advance notice of international travel posting all required offenders with information and using an email notification system to alert the public when an offender moves into and out of their areaThe state is working to comply with some of the guidelines Stenehjem said including implementing the 21-day notice for international travel But it doesn’t want to make its system less useful to fit government standardsFor example North Dakota uses high- moderate- and low-risk categories based on risk assessments for reoffending while the Justice Department wants tier organization based on crimes committed Stenehjem said using the federal system’s guidelines including tier-based registration would be less useful to residents North Dakota reviews each offender his case and his circumstances to determine the likelihood of becoming a repeat offenderHe acknowledged some descriptions of the crimes offenders committed on the state website are graphic but it’s important for residents to know as much information as possible about an offender he said“We’re not going to adopt a system that is less useful” he saidState leaders feel the state system is better than the “one-size-fits-all” federal system Stenehjem said and he said North Dakota shouldn’t be penalized for thatThe state has attempted at least twice since 2011 to apply for Justice Department status that says it has substantially implemented SORNA and Stenehjem said he plans to do so again He has also lobbied to Congress to change the federal guidelines" said Kelsey Johnson.

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