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A. It shall be unlawful for a Native American sex offender to provide false information to the Osage Nation Sex Offender Registration Office. If convicted, such offense shall carry a maximum penalty of incarceration of not more than one year, or a civil penalty of not more than Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), or both.

B. Any violation of this Act by a non-Native American may be subject to additional penalties imposed by a state or the federal government.

C. If a sex offender provides false information to the Osage Nation Sex Offender Registration Office, the Osage Nation shall:

1. Petition the Court for a warrant to arrest and detain the offender until a hearing can be set to determine the penalty, if any, for the offender’s noncompliance.

2. Revise the information in the Osage Nation Sex Offender Registry to reflect that the sex offender has provided false information and the offender is considered an absconder; and notify the United States Marshal Service.

3. Enter the sex offender into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Wanted Person File.

4. If applicable, notify the jurisdiction from which the offender was supposed to be arriving, only if the registering office received such notice.

D. Absconders. The Osage Nation must make a reasonable effort to first verify that the information provided by the sex offender is false as of the date the sex offender last verified his information before the sex offender can be considered an absconder. ONCA 11-43, eff. Apr. 5, 2011.