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Tribe and Territory Sex Offender Registry System

The Tribe and Territory Sex Offender Registry System (TTSORS) is a fully functioning system that complies with Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) requirements. TTSORS was created to assist the 197 Indian tribes that have elected to implement SORNA and 5 U.S. territories and effectively removes the technical difficulties of implementing SORNA requirements. It includes a customizable public website and a private administrative website for managing sex offender information. Most of Indian Country and the U.S. territories already have the resources they need to use TTSORS—a single computer with Internet access.

Since its launch on January 20, 2009, TTSORS has been overwhelmingly received by the tribes and territories. Due to the efforts of the Indian tribes that adopted the system early on, TTSORS has evolved into a resource that can meet the unique sex offender registration needs of all the jurisdictions it aims to assist. TTSORS is currently used by more than 70 Indian tribes and U.S. territories, assisting with the technical requirements of implementing SORNA, and the number is increasing rapidly.

To get your tribe or territory started, email AWA-Request@iir.com or call the Institute for Intergovernmental Research at 850-385-0600, ext. 222, for additional information.

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  • Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website
    Since its inception in 2005, NSOPW has been an extremely valuable . . . arrow More

  • Exchange Portal
    This online information sharing community provides a collaborative environment . . . arrow More

  • Tribe and Territory Sex Offender Registry System
    TTSORS includes a customizable public website and a private administrative website to help Indian tribes . . . arrow More

  • Model Tribal Code for SORNA
    Because many tribes do not have laws or codes that address sex offender registration  . . . arrow More

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