Rome Police Conduct Sex Offender Home Checks

Rome Police Conduct Sex Offender Home Checks

On Thursday, May 10th, Rome Police conducted a SORA sweep of the inside district of the City of Rome. SORA is the Sex Offender Registration Act. This law requires convicted sex offenders to report their residence, place of work and other information on a routine basis. There are currently 116 registered sex offenders residing in the inside district of the City of Rome. 80 offenders residences were checked and confirmed as a result of this effort. Registered sex offenders must report any change of address or other mandatory information within ten days. The remaining addresses will be checked and confirmed in the near future. The Rome Police SORA Unit was assisted by Rome Police Detectives, Oneida County Probation Officers and Investigators from the Oneida County Sheriffs Office and Child Advocacy Center.  If any resident has any questions or concerns, they can contact Officer Jeff Buckley at the Rome Police Dept. SORA Unit 315-838-1914.

 
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