Read the article, "How to Handle a Sexual Assault Charge in Wisconsin" by Stangl Law to learn tips on what to do if you find yourself in this unenviable situation. Under Wisconsin Statute Why is there no information about juvenile offenders on the Web site? This includes juveniles, probationers, parolees, adult offenders entering Wisconsin supervision from another state, adult offenders leaving Wisconsin supervision to another state, and persons entering this state under a federal, tribal or military conviction for a sexual offense. However, access for each of these groups is limited to certain types of information. Regardless of whether or not they commented on and returned the impact statement included with the notice of the Parole Interview, all enrolled Victims will receive notice of an offender's upcoming release. Registration, while on supervision and following the expiration from sentence, serves as a means for monitoring and tracking the whereabouts of sex offenders in the community. Restitution checks do not go directly from the offender to the victim s. Like I mentioned earlier, some laws grant courts the ability to require a conviction based on the specifics of the case in question. To notify the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry of information on the web site believed to be inaccurate, citizens may call the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry at or write to: The information in the registry is made available to law enforcement agencies, victims, neighborhood watch groups and the general public via a website you can visit here. For the most serious sexual offenses, registration remains permanent for life. For assistance and information on any owed child support payments, please contact the County Child Support office. Whoever has sexual intercourse with a person who has not attained the age of 12 years is guilty of a Class B felony.