This is contrary to what some states (I am most familiar with Washington) that have not adopted SORNA because they have a better system, using actuarial risk assessments to determine notification levels. Furthermore, these systems allow for some persons, previously on the registry, to be relieved of the duty to register based on solid, public-policy standards. This rule would over-ride state statutes which are based on far more research-based standards.

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