Question: What is the Sex Offender Registry Program (SORP) in Wisconsin?

Answer: The Sex Offender Registry Program—it’s SORP—that is under the law that allows for the collection and dissemination, so they can put information out related to certain sex offenders. It is run by the department of corrections in Wisconsin, and if a person is required by a court based on a conviction, that person must provide their address and other pertinent information. That information is kept on the registry and can be given out as it seems appropriate to the Sex Offender Registry Program. And they will have, at a minimum, annual contact with anyone who is required to keep their information on the registry to make sure that that information is current.

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