Although the registries have not curbed the commission of sex offenses, it should be noted that law enforcement officials in Alaska do view the offender database as a useful investigatory tool after an offense occurs. The sex offender or child kidnapper shall register 1 within the day period before release from an in-state correctional facility; 2 by the next working day following conviction for a sex offense or child kidnapping if the sex offender is not incarcerated at the time of conviction; or 3 by the next working day of becoming physically present in the state. Alaska was one of the relatively few states to require Internet dissemination of registration information for all offenders. For offenses that occurred before January 1, However plain it may be that a former sex offender currently poses no threat of recidivism he will remain subject to long-term monitoring and inescapable humiliation. Omit the lowest risk offenders from internet publication. Case management refers to the coordination and implementation of a cluster of activities directed toward supervision, treatment and management of the behavior of an individual sex offender. The Connecticut legislature, for example, adopted a system using individualized clinical assessment to determine which offenders would be subject to registration requirements. Charges range from felony to misdemeanor and include offenders convicted of sexual offenses in other states but residing in Alaska. It imposes on the states highly detailed requirements for sex offender registration and public notification—requirements the states must in general implement by July 27, A study by the Alaska Justice Statistical Analysis Center of sex offenders released from Alaska corrections facilities in found that non-sex offenders were more likely to be rearrested than sex offenders. Links last verified 23 Aug For 15 year registrants, proof of unconditional discharge must be submitted to the department for determination of a final registration date. The risk of consigning an offender to a lifetime of unemployment may also be a factor in deterring some family reporting. Some of the flexibility afforded states under the original Wetterling Act was reduced through subsequent amendment; the flexibility to utilize individualized risk assessments will disappear almost completely as the provisions of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, PL , become binding on the states.