10 years after originally being classified by SORRB, sex offenders who were classified as Level 2 or Sexually Dangerous Predator (SDP) can request the Sexual Offender Risk Review Board (SORRB) to review their risk classification. To be eligible, the offender must not have committed any new/further sexual or violent offenses.
SORRB recognizes that a person’s risk to sexually re-offend may change over time. The purpose of the 10-Year Review is for SORRB to consider the impact of an offender’s behavior since the original Risk Classification.
The offender (or their attorney) can request a review ten years from the date on the original SORRB notification letter, and every five years, thereafter.
Requests must be made in writing, and can be made by letter, fax, or email.
Click Here for the Reevaluation Request Form
Requests for a 10-Year Review do not require a court order from a judge.
The offender (or their attorney) may also submit documents and information for SORRB to consider as part of the 10-Year Review. Documents may be submitted by mail or as .pdf documents via email, and must be submitted at the time of the request.
Click Here for more information about which documents to submit