Tribe and Territory Sex Offender Registry System National Training Event - Asheville, NC April 24-25, 2012
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This training event is intended for tribe and territory representatives that use or will use TTSORS on a regular basis to input sex offender information.

It will provide 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 Website
  • Generating electronic community notifications
  • Reporting
  • Managing users
  • Using the SORNA Exchange Portal

Additional workshop information will be posted closer to the event date once speakers and topics are finalized.

Track Information

The TTSORS National Training Event will offer two learning tracks, Basic and Advanced.

Basic Track

The Basic Track will provide attendees with an understanding of the core functionality of TTSORS, which includes:

  • Explanation of the interface.
  • Setting up and using the public Web site.
  • Registering sex offenders.
  • Searching sex offenders.

Advanced Track

The Advanced Track assumes that the attendee understands the concepts in the Basic Track and will provide an understanding of some of the more advanced TTSORS capabilities, which include:

  • Using the geolocation features.
  • Customizing TTSORS.
  • Creating custom reports.
  • Creating workarounds.
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