In 2011, the SMART Office Program Plan includes continuing support for two grant programs administered by SMART since 2008 and also addresses funding to support training and technical assistance for eligible Indian tribes. More
SORNA Exchange Portal and SORT
In August 2010, the SMART Office distributed a technical needs assessment to help it better understand the technical issues that states are facing in implementing SORNA. More
Tribe and Territory Sex Offender Registry System
In September 2010, version 2 of TTSORS was released. The SMART Office recognized that because of all of the improvements, its release could potentially cause problems for jurisdictions that have already been using TTSORS. More
Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website
The SMART Office is making some cosmetic changes to NSOPW that will improve its layout and accessibility and continues to work with jurisdictions to improve searches and make additional offender information available to the public. More
Process for Denial, Revocation or Limitation of a U.S. Passport. This fact sheet explains how law enforcement can work directly with the State Department to ensure that certain sex offenders do not obtain a U.S. passport or have their passports revoked.
Supplemental Guidelines for the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act. These supplemental guidelines were released in January 2011.
Revised SORNA Implementation Checklist. This latest version of the checklist makes substantive changes based on the newly released supplemental guidelines.