Harassment, stalking, or threats may violate Indiana law. As a part of this new responsibility, the Department provides judges, law enforcement officials, prosecuting attorneys, parole officers, probation officers, and community corrections officials with information and training concerning the requirements of Indiana Code and the use of the Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry. In the selected county, and Within one mile of the address you have entered on your subscription. Local sheriffs maintain and update sex offender registration information including the information found on this site. They will be able to assist you directly or will refer you to another department if necessary to answer the questions you may have. Much of the information derives from official records, but some is gathered from the offenders themselves who are required to register with local law enforcement in each county where they live, work, attend school, or own property. If this occurs, the individual will receive a notice at his or her last known address with instructions as to how to contact the Indiana Department of Correction. Any action against an offender which is determined to be a violation of law will subject the violator to arrest and prosecution. If you wait longer than 7 days, it will be too late and you will lose the right to have the Department of Correction consider any and all the issues raised in your complaint. Continue to the Sex and Violent Offender Registry The registry will allow you to choose a county in Indiana and enter any local address in that county. The rules provide, however, that after the 30th day with no response from the local official, you must submit your request to the Department within 7 days. If you are prohibited by law, by rule, or by court order from visiting the web site of the Department of Correction and the Registry web site, you may request this office make one complete copy of the procedure for you for the same cost as the office charges for other, similar copies. Additionally, the Sheriff in Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the local Prosecutor have been ordered not to arrest or prosecute any persons in the above category for failing to register as a violent offender unless, the persons are required to register for another offense.