SB 1004: Sexual Offenders/Sexual Predators
GENERAL BILL by Sachs
Sexual Offenders/Sexual Predators; Defining the terms “convicted,” “permanently reside,” and “unrelated child”; prohibiting a person who is required to register as a sexual offender or sexual predator and who has been convicted of committing certain specified offenses in which the victim of the offense was younger than 12 years of age from permanently residing with an unrelated child; providing that a person who resides with such a child in violation of the act commits a felony of the third degree or a misdemeanor of the first degree, depending upon the classification of the underlying felony conviction; providing for the applicability of the act; requiring a sexual predator or sexual offender subject to the act to report to the sheriff’s office, the Department of Law Enforcement, or the Department of Corrections, as appropriate, the name and age of any child permanently residing with the offender, etc.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 Senate - Died in Criminal Justice
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Criminal Justice (CJ)
- Budget (BC)
• Referred to Criminal Justice; Budget -SJ 83
• Introduced -SJ 83
• Died in Criminal Justice
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