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Michigan Sex Offender Registry Tiers

by Nicole Blank Becker on Apr. 22, 2019

Criminal 

Summary: The Michigan Sex Offender Registry divides each and every convicted offenders into three different levels or categories.

The Michigan Sex Offender Registry divides each and every convicted offenders into three different levels or categories. These levels are called sex offender tiers – tier one, tier two and tier three. If you are not familiar with these tiers or levels, here’s a simple explanation of each and every level and why or how they are used for classifying sex offenders.

 

The tier classification all started after the Adam Walsh Act was enacted into law. This has become the standard for police officers and authorities in classifying sexual offenses. Under this Act, Michigan sexual offenses are classified based on the sex crime committed, the age of the people involved and the likability of the person committing the same type of sexual offense again.

 

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Michigan Sex Offender Registry Tier Levels – What You Need To Know

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