Thank you to all those who attended the Tribe and Territory Sex Offender Registry System (TTSORS) National Training Event and to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians for contributing to the opening and closing ceremonies!
In case you missed it, this training event provided attendees with an opportunity to learn more about all aspects of TTSORS, including:
- Accessing TTSORS
- Managing sex offender information
- Customizing the public sex offender registry Web site
- Generating electronic community notifications
- Managing users
- Using the SORNA Exchange Portal
- Using outside resources such as the U.S. Marshals Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for offender tracking and apprehension
- Experiencing TTSORS firsthand in the TTSORS computer lab
- Upcoming features
This training event was sponsored by the SMART Office.