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The sheriff's office is tasked with checking the addresses of registered sex offenders, ensuring they follow the rules of the registry and registering new offenders. The money from the fees can be used only on registry-related expenses, said Don Gorman, director of administration at the sheriff's office. Those expenses often include computer equipment, cameras and overtime for deputies who work special sex offender operations, Detective Mike Cox said. He is one of two full-time officers who handle the sex offender registry at the sheriff's office.
The revenue from offenders is also used to replace Cox's car every four or five years, Gorman said. Registered sex offenders are also required to check in either quarterly or annually with the sheriff's office. In , deputies took out 93 warrants on sex offenders who violated the registry in some way, Cox said. Offenders can violate the registry in myriad ways, from failing to pay the annual fee to stepping foot on public school property when children are present.
There are about registered sex offenders in Hamilton County. The offenders who are not monitored by the sheriff's office are tracked by their probation and parole officers.
Contact staff writer Shelly Bradbury at or sbradbury timesfreepress. This story was updated to correct the number of officers who work full-time on the registry at the sheriff's office. Fees offset cost of tracking sex offenders in Hamilton County. Chattanooga Times Free Press. Latest Articles. Nineteen high school seniors from Chattanooga region named area National Merit Program semifinalists What's next in the Desmond Logan case?
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