Last year, the Department of Justice issued nearly $1.2 million to Oklahoma agencies to improve sex offender registry and tracking systems. This includes $399,047 for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. LSG Solutions is currently in the beginning stages of implementing these modernization efforts and improving the user experience for law enforcement officials.
Over the past few years, we have continued to update Oklahoma's Sex Offender Registry. We have worked to ensure the system is current and easy to access. We believe it not only keeps the community informed, but also provides people peace of mind. One of the features we're particularly proud of is the email alerts. [...]
You may remember that LSG Solutions has been involved in improving the Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry. In order to provide more security and accurate information to the public, the site now offers improved features.
Even though they face many of the same problems as private institutions, government agencies are often ignored by technology companies. Where the needs are different, commercial products often don’t fit - leaving public entities in a tough spot. Seeing how much the public sector was underserved, we made a commitment to helping local and state governments get the solutions and attention they need. We’re happy to fill the gap and help public agencies make full use of technology.
The public reaction to the updated Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry (OSOR) has been overwhelmingly positive but one question keeps coming up across social media and the web: "So there's a registry for sex offenders. Why isn't there one for murderers?" Actually, there is. Violent offender registries haven't received support at the federal level, but the [...]