Sex offenders who have been classified as Level 2 or Sexually Dangerous Predator (SDP) may petition the Sexual Offender Risk Review Board (SORRB) to reevaluate their risk classification.
The purpose of the SORRB Reevaluation is to allow the offender (or their attorney) to submit documents and information that SORRB did not have access to during the original SORRB risk assessment and that might include risk reducing and/or protective factors justifying a reduction of the offender’s risk classification.
Petitions for Reevaluation must be received by SORRB within 30 days of the date on the SORRB notification letter.
Requests must be made in writing and can be submitted by letter, fax, or email.
Click Here for the Reevaluation Request Form
Once a Reevaluation Request has been received, an offender has an additional 90 days (i.e., for a total of 120 days from the date on the SORRB notification letter) to submit documents the offender wants SORRB to consider for the reevaluation.
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