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Department of Justice Enables Direct Tribal Access to FBI National Sex Offender Registry

[ – 7/11/19]

The U.S. Department of Justice announced today a new tool giving tribal governments the ability to directly input data and gain access to the FBI’s National Sex Offender Registry (NSOR) using the Tribe and Territory Sex Offender Registry System (TTSORS). The system connection will be available to all tribal governments already participating in the Tribal Access Program (TAP), which allows information sharing between tribal and federal government criminal information systems.

TTSORS is a no-cost registry system provided by the Justice Department’s Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking (SMART). The Department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) developed the connections which allows tribes to seamlessly submit new and updated sex offender information directly from TTSORS to NSOR.

“The Department of Justice is dedicated to addressing the public safety crisis in American Indian and Alaska Native communities, including the high rates of sexual violence against women and children,” said Attorney General William P. Barr. “Providing a direct connection to the FBI National Sex Offender Registry gives tribal law enforcement the information they need to investigate and prevent these heinous offenses.”

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  1. E

    Yeah, that’ll solve the issue of high rates of sexual violence. This is so disingenuous it’s ridiculous. These people are worthless! There’s virtually no correlation between people who previously offended and the people they want to stop now!

  2. Bo

    How does it prevent crime? Tell me one more time…. lol.

  3. Facts should matter

    More manufactured “crisis” in Alaska nonsense from Barr. He’s a slimy smokescreen master just like Gonzalez was.

  4. TS

    This is in response to the current movement afoot of addressing DV, etc on reservations where SA could be involved. The movie Wind River addressed this initially and got it going with recent publicity on the incidents towards women on reservations where folks are not held accountable through lack of action, etc. There were recent events with the Yakama nation in WA State and the high school track runner who dedicated her state championship efforts to those who are impacted in this vein to draw attention to it. So, this is not just manufactured by AG Barr. Given the tribes listed on the bottom of the PA release are some of the smaller tribes in the area, it makes sense they would get these resources for free.

    • Tim in WI

      Barr & MUELLER have each have decided to summarily squash any attempt to expose deepstate actors electronic surveillance tactics upon the current PREZ. I’M certain they’ve justified it under national security concerns. If the general public understood just how far the surveillance saints have gone with respect to domestic electronic surveillance and infrastructure use, they’d revolt. This country would explode like a hand granade. Both parties are aware of the misuse potential and exploit them the best way they can.

      • AJ

        @Tim in WI:
        “If the general public understood just how far the surveillance saints have gone with respect to domestic electronic surveillance and infrastructure use, they’d revolt.”
        Riiight. Just look at how long the ‘revolt’ lasted when Ed Snowden (patriot, in my eyes) pulled back the curtain.

        P.S. I highly recommend, “Citizenfour”, the Oscar-winning documentary about Snowden. It was filmed as the story broke and continued. Pretty riveting stuff, IMO.

        • Tim inWI

          This article discusses a NATIONAL sex offender database. Does that compute? The DOE decisions were about a STATE’S DUTY, but had serious implications for FEDERAL SURVEILLANCE SAINTS. Mr. Snowden, IMHO was a turned foreign operative planted in the facility in Utah, where he was employed by Boos Allen Hamilton. Some call him a patriot, but I do not buy that, why? He ran and where he ran to!

          Nevertheless, he’d purposefully outed the surveillance saints dirty dealings, and warrantless widespread collection of data upon Americans, ALL AMERICANS, criminals or not. I can still picture James Clapper’s denials on the tele. Spooks like the Saints thrive on ” plausible deniability. ”

          Sex offender registration relies on it too. It is plausible SOR was always about “a state’s legit public interest” but perhaps it was more about federal interests.

          in fact time has proven SORNA ineffective with respect to ” rates of re-attack. ”
          An informed community is a safer community UNTIL it comes to domestic electronic surveillance tactics, techniques and technology by the hidden surveillance saints. Try and find records on dirty or disciplined cops or DAs, there is such a registry, but you’ll find no ” identifiable information ” like photos, addresses, etc. That fact clearly implicates a disadvantage in equal protection.The Eric Garner case in NY used plausible deniability (Garners health) to decline to charge the officer criminally for Garners death.

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