Chapter 15: SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION AND NOTIFICATION ACT OF 1999 HEADING: PL 1999, C. 437,
Subchapter 2: SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION HEADING: PL 1999, C. 437, §2 (NEW)
§11224. Duty of person employed or attending college or school
The following provisions govern registration duties for a person not domiciled or
residing in this State but who is employed or attending college or school in this
State. [2005, c. 423, §20 (RPR).]
A person who has been sentenced at any time for a military, tribal or federal offense requiring registration pursuant
to the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration
Act, also known as the Jacob Wetterling Act, Section 170101 of the Violent Crime Control
and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, Public Law 103-322, as amended; or the Adam Walsh
Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006, Public Law 109-248; or in a jurisdiction other than this State and who is required under that jurisdiction
to register pursuant to that jurisdiction's sex offender registration statute or would
have been required to register if the person had remained in that jurisdiction or,
if not so required, who has been sentenced on or after January 1, 1982 for an offense
that includes the essential elements of a sex offense or a sexually violent offense
shall register as a 10-year registrant or lifetime registrant, whichever is applicable,
within 5 days and shall notify the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction:
A. Within 24 hours of beginning full-time or part-time employment, with or without compensation,
for more than 14 consecutive days or for an aggregate period exceeding 30 days in
a calendar year in this State; or [2005, c. 423, §20 (NEW).]
B. Within 24 hours of beginning college or school on a full-time or part-time basis in
this State. [2005, c. 423, §20 (NEW).]
2009, c. 365, Pt. B, §17 (AMD);
2009, c. 365, Pt. B, §22 (AFF)
2.Process for notifying bureau.
The person under subsection 1 shall contact the bureau, which shall provide the
person with a registration form and direct the person to take the form and a photograph
of the person to the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction. The law enforcement
agency shall supervise the completion of the form, take the person's fingerprints
and immediately forward the form, photograph and fingerprints to the bureau.
2005, c. 423, §20 (NEW)
1999, c. 437, §2 (NEW).
2003, c. 371, §11 (AMD).
2003, c. 711, §C22 (AMD).
2003, c. 711, §D2 (AFF).
2005, c. 423, §20 (RPR).
2009, c. 365, Pt. B, §17 (AMD).
2009, c. 365, Pt. B, §22 (AFF).
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