When a court has mandated a sex offender get sex offender treatment the sex offender treatment can last for 6 months to as long as a few years.
It all depends on how much sex offender treatment the sex offender requires and what the court mandates.
Most sex offenders need at least 6 months to a year of sex offender treatment though and some sex offenders need a few years of sex offender treatment.
If a sex offender has been convicted then the sex offender must register as a sex offender and once on the sex offender register the sex offender cannot be taken off the sex offender registry until the duration of the sex offender register status has expired.
If the sex offender has registered for life then they cannot be removed from the sex offender register unless the persons conviction was overturned and they were found not guilty of the sex offense later on in years.
But once the sex offender has registered it's hard to near impossible otherwise to get off the sex offender register.
A person remains on the sex offender register for a minimum of 15 years to as long as 25 years and some sex offenders remain on the sex offender register for life.
The sex offense crime the person committed and their conviction will determine the length of time the sex offender must remain on the sex offender register.
For less severe sex offenses the sex offender registers for 15 to 25 years and for more serious sex offenses the sex offender has to register as a sex offender for life.
Once on the sex offender register you cannot be taken off the sex offender register until the sex offender registration expires.
If the sex offender is on the sex offender register for life they will remain on the sex offender register for life and it cannot be removed.
Some sex offenders do stay on the sex offender registry for life while other sex offenders are only on the sex offender registry for 15 to 25 years.
The time that sex offenders are on the sex offender registry depends on the persons conviction as a sex offender.
If the sex offender is convicted of a second or subsequent sexual offense that requires sex offender registration then the sex offender will remain on the sex offender registry for life.
Other sex offenders may not be on the sex offender registry for life and they may see the sex offender status on the registry go away after 15 to 25 years.
The length of time that sex offenders have to legally register as a sex offender in Kansas depends on the sex offenders conviction for the sex crime they committed.
However an adult sex offender has to register as a sex offender for a minimum of 15 years to 25 years and sometimes if the sex crime was severe enough the sex offender has to register as a sex offender for life.
To look up sex offenders in Kansas you can go to the KBI website.
KBI is the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
The link to look up sex offenders in Kansas is https://www.kbi.ks.gov/registeredoffender/.
Go to that website at the link and then you can enter the persons name and find out if they are on the sex offender list.
The sex offenders current address and picture will show up as well as a description of them.
There's also other websites you can search for sex offenders that may be in your location.
Or search your city, state and or town and then look for sex offenders in your area.
For example go to Google Search and type in Sex Offenders in "Your Town" Your State" where you replace the your town and your state with your actual town and state and there will or should be other websites that show sex offenders in your area.