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House Bill 1204

House Bill 1204

ARCHIVE (2012)

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DIGEST OF HB 1204 (Updated January 31, 2012 4:25 pm - DI 51)

Sex and violent offender registry. Provides that if a person is considered to be a sex offender who must register as a sex or violent offender with the appropriate law enforcement agency if the person is: (1) a public servant or other person employed by a governmental entity or another person who provides goods or services to a person who is subject to lawful detention; and (2) convicted of engaging in sexual intercourse or deviate sexual conduct with another person who is subject to lawful detention. Specifies that when the duty of a sex offender, a violent offender, or a sexually violent offender to register changes due to a court order based on a change in the law, the expiration of the required registration period, or certain other reasons, the offender's address must be removed from the public portal for the sex and violent offender registry (registry). Specifies that the address remains available to law enforcement officials and the department of correction and that no other information may be removed from the registry. Establishes the conditions under which a person who was convicted of sexual misconduct with a minor while engaged in a dating relationship with the minor no longer must register and update registration information on the registry.
Current Status:
In Committee - 2nd House
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