Standard Sex Offender Rules

The following Standard Sex Offender Rules are developed and applied by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. The Franklin Police Department has no authority or involvement in the development of these rules. Questions and violations should be directed to the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, Division of Community Corrections at (608)240-5830. Violations of rules are considered serious. Prompt response to all violations by sex offenders is an essential element of supervision. Violations, which may be considered minor for other types of offenders, are often serious for sex offenders. Seemingly insignificant violations may support or be closely related to the offender's pattern for sexually deviant behavior. For sex offenders, even "minor" rule violations may warrant revocation. Protection of the public and potential victims is the primary concern.

The below Standard Sex Offender Rules may not be all inclusive to each individual sex offender. If there are other Standard Sex Offender Rules that apply they are posted on the sex offender's profile page. Further, if the sex offender's supervision has been terminated, these Standard Sex Offender Rules do not apply.

 

 1.

You shall have no contact with the victim of your offense  nor any prior victims of your offenses or their family members without prior agent approval. This includes face-to-face, telephone, mail, electronic, third party, or "drive by" contact.

 2.

You shall have no contact with anyone under the age of 18 without prior agent approval and unless accompanied by an adult sober chaperone approved by your agent. This includes face-to-face, telephone, mail, electronic, third party, or "drive by" contact.

 3.

You shall not establish, pursue, nor maintain any dating and/or romantic and/or sexual relationship without prior agent approval.

 4.

You shall fully cooperate with, participate in, and successfully complete all evaluations, counseling, and treatment as required by your agent, including but not limited to sex offender programming. "Successful completion" shall be determined by your agent and treatment provider(s). If sex offender treatment is required, you must attend and account for the details of the behavior committed in your conviction offense(s). Failure to admit the offense(s) or provide a detailed description will be considered a violation of your supervision and may result in disciplinary action including the recommendation for revocation of your supervision. Information revealed in treatment concerning your conviction offense(s) cannot be used against you in criminal proceedings.

 5.

You shall not reside nor "stay" overnight in any place other than a pre-approved residence without prior agent approval.  "Overnight" is defined as the daily period of time between the hours of _______ p.m. and _______ a.m. unless redefined by your agent in advance.

 6.

You shall permit no person to neither reside nor stay in your designated residence between the hours of _______ p.m. and _______ a.m. without prior agent approval.

 7.

You shall not possess, consume, nor use any controlled substance nor possess any drug paraphernalia without a current prescription from a physician from whom you are receiving medical treatment. Verification must be provided to your agent as directed.

 8.

You shall not possess nor view any sexually explicit material (visual, auditory, nor computer-generated) without prior agent approval.

 9.

You shall seek, obtain, and maintain employment as directed by your agent. You shall obtain agent approval before accepting any offer of employment and prior to beginning any volunteer work.

 10.

You shall not purchase, own, nor manage any residential rental properties without prior agent approval.

 11.

You shall fully comply with all sex offender registry requirements as applicable and directed by your agent and/or required by statute. You shall immediately respond to all correspondence from the Sex Offender Registry Program.

 12.

You shall fully comply with Wisconsin Statute 165.76 requiring a biological specimen to be submitted to the State Crime Lab for DNA testing as applicable and as directed by your agent.

 13.

You shall pay all court ordered financial obligations and treatment co-payments as directed by your agent in accordance with your established payment plan.

 14.

You shall not purchase, possess, nor use a computer, software, hardware, nor modem without prior agent approval.

City of Franklin Police Department

Franklin Police Department
9455 W. Loomis Road
Franklin, WI  53132

Phone:  414-425-2522
Fax:  414-425-0391
 
 Hours:  24 Hours/7 Days a Week
 
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Wisconsin Department of Corrections
 

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