Hamilton County, TN - Earlier this evening, at approximately pm, HCSO Deputies responded to the 8900 block of Hale Road for the report of a head-on collision involving two vehicles. 2016 Annual Report -Our 2016 annual report, available in PDF format.Employment Opportunities -Job postings for HCSO are listed here, as well as information on what to bring when applying. - The online job application will not function without any jobs available to apply for. Incident Report Request Online Request an Incident Report from our Records Division online!Tennessee Methamphetamine Task Force Tennessee Sexual Offender Registry Database - Search for sexual predators in your area. GOV/CONSUMER - provided for residents, and used to inform citizens of the most current scams.Tennessee Criminal Online Database - Your one-stop shop for finding crime information for all municipalities in Tennessee. ORG - this site is for the Neighborhood Watch application. 3404 Amnicola Highway Chattanooga, TN 37406 Phone: (423) 622-0022 Fax: (423) 495-1773 600 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 Phone: (423) 209-7000 Fax: (423) 209-7001 601 Walnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 Phone: (423)209-7198 Fax: (423)209-7151 601 Walnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 Phone: (423) 209-7050 Fax: (423) 209-7051 600 Market Street.The General Assembly declared, TCA 39-13-702 (a), that the "...comprehensive evaluation, identification, treatment and continued monitoring of sex offenders who are subject to the supervision of the criminal justice system are necessary in order to work toward the elimination of recidivism of such offenders." To that end, the General Assembly charged the Board with these activities: Additionally, the Board was charged with researching and analyzing the program effectiveness, developing and prescribing an offender tracking system and developing a system for monitoring offender behavior.Historically, the Board's work emphasized development of a statewide system of professionals specializing in sex offender treatment.Most teens have access to cell phones, tablet devices, and smart phones, which have internet capabilities, as well as, cameras and webcams.The transmission of nude photographs of an adult to a minor is a serious felony in Tennessee, as well as, a Federal Crime.
Though much of the information in the registry is of record, some of the information contained on the registry is obtained directly from offenders.
Sex Crimes stemming from Internet Communications and Internet Searches for inappropriate content such as Child Pornography carry serious consequences in Tennessee in addition to the potential for Federal Prosecution, as well.
Today's technology has armed law enforcement, as well as, certain watch dog organizations with the investigative capabilities giving them access to IP Address of any computer on the internet entering certain targeted keywords into all of the major search engines.
Just a few years ago, the state of Tennessee passed the "Tennessee Sexual Offender and Violent Sexual Offender Registration, Verification and Tracking Act of 2004." The details of this act can be found in T. This law effectively banned sex offenders from living essentially anywhere within Georgia.
For example, on July 1, 2006, Georgia House Bill 1059 was passed preventing sex offenders from living within 1000 feet of a school bus stop.
Also, as you may have seen on television, law enforcement and others often act as decoys hanging out in chat rooms, representing themselves as underage teens, boys or girls.