Operation Fayte Two: 100 percent compliance

Operation Fayte Two concluded with 100 percent compliance, according to Scott County Sheriff Ronnie Phillips. On October 12, 2017, The Scott County Sheriff’s office began the second county sex offender registry compliance check, Operation Fayte Two. The first Operation Fayte came in June with 48 of 49 registered offenders complying. The check began around 9 a.m.Thursday, and was interrupted by a fatal crash on the State line, however officers worked till 7 p.m. and to finish the operation. During each check officers are ensuring that the offenders are living at the addresses they are registered to, driving the vehicles they have registered, and that there are no minor children in the home that shouldn’t be there. Sex offenders, regardless of their classification as violent or non violent, are required to register their address with authorities. An offender cannot live within 1,000 feet of a school, park or licensed daycare. Their vehicle must also be correctly registered. According to state law, sexual offenders are required to report annually between seven days prior to, and seven days after their birthday. Violent sexual offenders are required to report quarterly during the months of March, June, September, and December. Sexual offenders and violent sexual offenders are required to report in person within 48 hours of changing their address, employment status, or school information between reporting dates. In addition to these reporting requirements, Scott County Sheriff’s Department and Sheriff Ronnie Phillips plan to continue these compliance checks to ensure the sex offenders in this county are all in compliance all the time. The Scott County Sheriff’s Office conducted its sex offender registry compliance check