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The community notification process in Arizona is triggered by a sex offender's release from jail/prison or sentence to probation.

When this occurs, the respective county adult probation agency or Arizona Department of Corrections (DOC) is required to enter information about the offender into a statewide accessible database.

Community notification laws may apply if ordered by the court.The Arizona risk assessment evaluates nineteen different criteria that have been identified by treatment experts as good predictors of future behavior. 13-3825 once the appropriate community notification level is established, the local law enforcement agency is required to complete a community notification. The notification shall include a flyer with a photograph and exact address of the offender as well as a summary of the offender's status and criminal background.Each criterion is evaluated and assigned a point value, which ultimately is totaled for recommending an appropriate community notification level of 1, 2, or 3. Law enforcement has complete discretion regarding community notification for Level 1 offenders, however, state law requires mandatory community notification on all offenders assessed as a Level 2 or Level 3, and those offenders who meet the requirements outlined in A. A press release and a level two or three flyer shall be given to the local electronic and print media to enable information to be placed in a local publication." Successful community notification is dependent upon three factors: communication, education, and a zero tolerance approach to harassment or vigilantism.• Email: Sex Offender Compliance Unit• Phone: (602) 255-0611• Mail: Arizona Department of Public Safety Sex Offender Compliance P. Box 6638 | Mail Drop # 9999Phoenix, AZ 85005-6638 Below is a list of county contacts and registration locations. For additional information and resources, please visit the following related websites:• Arizona Crime Victims Services• Center for Sex Offender Management• Jacob Wetterling Foundation• National Center for Missing and Exploited Children• National Sex Offender Public Website• Stop It Now Related Links:• Arizona Department of Corrections• Arizona Department of Education• Arizona Department of Health Services In 1994 the sexual assault and brutal murder of seven year old Megan Kanka by her neighbor, a recently released sex offender, ignited a national campaign to enact laws requiring communities to be informed about convicted sex offenders living in their neighborhoods.

Please click on the county for additional information. This effort resulted in the federal community notification statute labeled "Megan's Law".

In Arizona, all sex offenders classified as "predator" are housed at the State Hospital.