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									         Over the past five years the Ohio eSORN program has grown as a template for the nation to
follow. To date over 450,000 Ohio citizens have enrolled in the alert program that notifies someone
when an offender moves within a mile of an address monitored by the Sheriff’s Office. In January
the Federal Adam Walsh Act was enacted in Ohio. The Attorney General’s Office and the Ohio
Sheriffs worked to ensure full compliance which required the sheriffs to temporarily suspend their
Web Pages to ensure all offender information was properly displayed. The email alert system is
made available through the cooperation of all 88 Sheriffs and the Attorney General’s Office. To
enroll in the program go to your Sheriff’s website and enroll your home, work or children’s school
address. You will then receive an email whenever an offender moves within a mile of the address you
have specified.

        The sex offender Web Pages are once again fully operational. The public can access the
website at www.mercercountysheriff.org.

         Sheriffs across Ohio work in conjunction with Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann to bring
this cutting edge technology to the citizens. Ohio is unique in the fact that a close partnership has
been built between the local sheriff’s office and the Attorney General’s Office. “By having this
partnership, not only the people in Mercer County benefit, but the people all across Ohio benefit,”
stated Sheriff Grey. Attorney General Marc Dann’s Office, the Ohio Sheriffs, and Watch Systems,
LLC have worked closely to ensure that Ohio has the best sex offender management system in the
country. “This recent data testing was to ensure complete, accurate, and timely information about
sex offenders is delivered to our constituents,” stated Sheriff Grey.

         The public is encouraged to visit the sheriff’s website and the Ohio Attorney General website
to view educational material about sex offenders, how to talk to your children about sex offenders,
and to sign up for email notification when an offender moves into your neighborhood. The Ohio
Attorney General and the Sheriffs of Ohio are going beyond the minimum to ensure the safety of our
citizens. For more information contact the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office or visit them on the web.




Jeff Grey
Mercer County Sheriff
125 W. Livingston Street
Celina, OH 45822
419-586-7724
www.mercercountysheriff.org

								
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