Each year, Southern Missouri Technical Institute disseminates consumer information to our students. This information is included in the Adult Education Handbook, Annual Crime Report, and Annual Notice to Students and Employees. Notice of the report is distributed at Adult Orientation or when a student enrolls. This information includes program information, graduation/completion rates, campus security information and much more.
For an electronic copy of the Annual Crime Report and the Annual Notice to Students and Employees, click the Annual Report and Disclosures link under the Financial Aid tab.
For an electronic copy of the Adult Education Handbook, click here.
Student & Community Resources, click here
Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification
Under provisions of the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act (Wetterling Act), any person who is required to register under a state sex offender registration program must notify the state when he or she enrolls at an institution of higher education or is employed at such an institution, and must notify the state of any change in enrollment or employment at an institution of higher education. Sex offender registration information is to be transmitted from each state to the law enforcement entities where the registered sex offenders reside. In Missouri, the sex offender list is maintained at the county level.
The following web pages provide links to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Registry Sex Offenders List, the Howell County Sex Offender List, and the lists of the surrounding counties as they become available:
State of Missouri http://www.mshp.dps.missouri.gov/CJ38/search.jsp
Howell County http://www.sheriffalerts.com/cap_main.php?office=54046
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