Failure to Report There is zero tolerance for non-compliant offenders. Offender Residency In addition to locating non-compliant offenders, this Unit investigates reports of any offender residing within 1, feet of a school or childcare facility. On your scheduled dates, you must report in, pay a fee, and update your personal information. In some cases, the U. What You Can Do Living a simplified lifestyle upon release, such as working where you live, maintaining minimum communications one email, one phone, etc. Remaining non-compliant with the sex offender registration laws turns into Aggravated Violation, a new and separate felony offense which usually results in prosecution. In addition, a new violation will be recorded every 30 days for as long as the offender remains non-compliant. Contacting the offender residence and work Sending the offender a non-compliance notification letter Requesting local authorities contact the offender Making contact with known associates or family members of the offender Checking with detention facilities to determine if the offender is incarcerated Failure to Register When these efforts do not bring positive results, a detective is assigned to prepare a case against the offender to present to the Prosecutor's Office for the filing of criminal charges for Failure to Register. Kansas sex offender laws make the failure to register a severity level 5 person felony. The Law for sex offender registration is an enormous hardship and burden that many in the legal defense community see as unduly burdensome and unfair to almost all Kansas sex offenders. If it is determined an offender is in violation of this law, the offender is given 10 business days to relocate before the violation is submitted to the Prosecutor's Office for filing of criminal charges, after the appropriate investigation is conducted. The public is encouraged to report any suspicious activity they observe to their local authorities and to report any information about an offender whose name is on the sex offender list to the S. However, one federal requirement is that each state make available a public database for those sex offenders it determines must register.