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With the new law, Assembly Bill 579, the number of Tier 3 offenders will jump from 300 to 3,000, Julie Butler of the Department of Public Safety told the Interim Finance Committee after the judge’s ruling.
Under the law, Tier 3 offenders will have to report in person to law enforcement every 90 days and submit new fingerprints and palm prints.
“We can’t do it with the staff we have today,” Butler said. SEX OFFENDER CLASSIFICATIONS Tier 1 (Low risk) — A convicted sex offender who is assessed as posing a possible risk of recidivism and threat to public safety.
She is concerned that because those court orders haven’t been processed yet, the offenders’ names and faces will appear on the state’s website, causing “very grave harm” to people who should not actually be subjected to the law.The new law will also include juvenile offenders, who previously were not required to report, Butler said.Under Nevada’s previous law, people convicted of sex crimes were assessed on their risk of reoffending.Annual sex offender verification procedures took about 3,300 hours of staff time to complete.The more frequent verifications now required will add 8,600 staff hours.