Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act:
Survey of Federally Recognized Tribes on Implementation of the Act (GAO-15-30SP, November 2014), an E-supplement to GAO-15-23
GAO-15-30SP: Published: Nov 18, 2014. Publicly Released: Nov 18, 2014.
- Full Report:
This e-supplement is a companion to our report titled, Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act: Additional Outreach and Notification of Tribes About Offenders who Are Released from Prison Needed (GAO-15-23). The purpose of this e-supplement is to provide information from GAO's Web-based survey of the tribes that retained their authority to implement the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) about these tribes' implementation status; the types and extent of challenges the tribes experienced with SORNA implementation; the steps the tribes are taking to address the challenges; and the funding and other assistance the tribes have received or could receive from federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies to assist them with implementing the act.