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Anyway, I heard something new recently that seems to be moral out pretty well. The STOP Program consists of therapy, educational treatment and relapse prevention. The sex offender treatment program operated through the DOC is known as the Special Treatment of Perpetrators (STOP) program.The Sex Offender Management Program (SOMP) operated by the DOC includes sex offender specific assessments, Admissions & Orientation psychosexual screens, STOP programming, psychosexual reports, community release planning, assistance in community supervision, development and promotion of a community treatment provider network, and sex offender community treatment and supervision standards. All persons convicted of serious sex crimes, including federal, military, out-of-state convictions and certain adjudicated juveniles, must register if residing in South Dakota. The community safety zone is 500 feet from the facilities and grounds of any school, public park, public playground, or public pool.
A sex offender must complete an initial sex offender registration (located on the South Dakota Sex Offender Registration website) within three (3) business days of coming into any county to reside, temporarily domicile, attend school, classes or to work, unless the move is the result of a DOC initiated transfer between facilities (See SDCL 22-24B-2). A sex offender is required to complete the verification form sent out by the Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) at least annually, pursuant to SDCL 22-24B-5 and return the form to DCI within ten (10) calendar days of receipt of the form. A sex offender on supervised release who moves to a different location or residence address will provide written notification of his/her new location or address to the law enforcement agency with whom he/she last registered within three (3) business days (See SDCL 22-24B-12). Yes, the state-wide sex offender registry is available on the Attorney General's Office and Division of Criminal Investigation web site.
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