Who has to register as a sex offender?
- Tier 0: Tier 0 offenders are those who have been convicted of a misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor sex crime, and their information is not publicly searchable on the online registry.
- Tier 1: Tier 1 offenders are determined to have a low risk of reoffending and to pose little threat to public safety. Their registration information is not available to the public.
- Tier 2: Tier 2 offenders are determined to have a probable risk of reoffending, and their information is publicly searchable on the online sex offender registry.
- Tier 3: Tier 3 offenders are determined to present a significant threat to public safety and have a high risk of reoffending, so their information is available on the Nevada sex offender registry.
What information is available on the sex offender registry?
- Name and aliases
- Home address
- Physical description
- Employment address or school address
- Tier Level information (only Tier 2 and Tier 3 offenders are publicly searchable)
- Information about conviction, including description of crime, date of conviction, location of conviction, and statute violated
When and where do offenders register?
What happens if an offender fails to register?
- Fines up to $5,000
- Incarceration in state prison for 1 to 4 years
- Fines up to $10,000
- Incarceration in state prison for 1 to 5 years