Brock Turner has been released from jail after serving just three months for the horrific sexual assault of an unconscious woman.
A condition of his release was that the former Stanford University student register as a sex offender his home state of Ohio.
Each state in the US has a sex offenders registry but they all have different laws covering what information must be provided and made available to the public.
Turner’s listing provides a photo, name, address and details of his conviction.
It doesn’t currently provide information on a job or a school, but will have to be updated with this information if and when he does.
Turner’s neighbours will also now receive letters notifying them of his name and address.
The 21-year-old, who is classified as a ‘tier III sex offender’ must continue to register every 90 days for the rest of his life.