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Adult Sex Offender Responsibilities Acknowledgement {SO-1}

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A LABAMA L AW E NFORCEMENT A GENCY Sex Offender Registration Unit Page 1 SO - 1, 8 / 1 /201 7 Adult Sex Offender R esponsibilities Acknowledgement Full Requirements The Alabama Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Act 1 requirements and restrictions on adult sex offenders. This document summarizes the responsibilities of an adult sex offender within Alabama. The provisions of the Act are applicable without regard to when the crime or crimes were committed , or when the dut y to reg ister pursuant to the Act arose . Select Registration Cycle January April July October February May August November March June September December To complete registration, an adult sex offender must acknowledge the following responsibilities: No. Initial Provision 1. The offender shall register all required registration information listed in 247 15 - 20A - 7 at least 30 days prior to release or immediately upon notice of release if release is less than 30 days. 24715 - 20A - 9 2. The offender must appear in person within three (3) business days of release from incarceration or within three (3) business days of co nviction if the offender is not incarcerated, and register all required registration information with local law enforcement 2 in each county where the offender resides or intends to reside, accepts or intends to accept employment, accepts or intends to acce pt a volunteer position 3 , and begins or intends to begin school attendance. 24715 - 20A - 10 3. W ithin three (3) business days of establishing a new residence, accepting employment , accepting a volunteer position or beginning school attendance , the offender must appear in person to register with local law enforcement in each county where the offender establishes a residence, accepts employm ent, accepts a volunteer position or begins school attendance. 24715 - 20A - 10 4. W ithin three (3) business days of transfer ring or terminating 4 a ny residence, employment or school attendance , the offender must appear in person to notify local law enforcement in each county where the offender is transferring or terminating residence, employment or school attendance. 24715 - 20A - 10 5. W ithin three (3) business days of any name change , the offender must appear in person to update the information with local law enforcement in each county in which the offender is required to register. No offender may change his or her name unless the change is incident to a change in marital status or necessary to effect the exercise of his or her religion. 24724715 - 20A - 10, - 36 1 24724715 - 20A - 1 et seq . , Code of Alabama 19 7 5 , as amended by Act 201 7 - 4 14 . 2 Local Law Enforcement The sheriff of the county and , if the location subject to registration is within the corporate limits of any municipality , the chief of police , or the chief law enforcement officer for a federally recognized Indian tribe, if applicable . 3 Volunteer Position - Any arrangement where a person works without compensation for any period of time on behalf of a business, school, charity, child care facility, or other organization or entity, provided that a volunteer position does not include any time spent traveling as a necessary incident to perfo rming the uncompensated work. 4 ransferred or at his or her residence without previously notifying local law enforcem ent or completing a travel notification document . Initial Initial Initial American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com A LABAMA L AW E NFORCEMENT A GENCY Sex Offender Registration Unit Page 2 No. Initial Provision 6. Within three (3) business days of changing any required registration information, including transferring or terminating a res idence, the offender must appear in person and update the required registration information with local law enforcement in each county in which the offender resides . H owever, any changes in telephone numbers, email addresses, instant message addresses, or other on - line identifiers or internet service providers may be reported to local law enforcement in person, electronically, or telephonically as required by the local law enforcement agency . 24715 - 20A - 10 7. The offender has seven (7) days from release to comply with the residency restrictions listed in Section 15 - 20A - 11 (a) . 24715 - 20A - 10 8. The offender shall not establish a residence or maintain a residence after release or conviction within 2,000 5 feet of the property of any school, child care facility or resident camp facility. 24715 - 20A - 11 9. The offender shall not establish a residence or maintain a residence after release or conviction within 2,000 feet of the property on which any of his or her former victim /s or an immediate family member of the vict im/s reside. 24715 - 20A - 11 10. The offender shall not reside or conduct an overnight visit 6 with a person under the age of 18 years, except as elsewhere provided by law in Section 15 - 20A - 11. 24715 - 20A - 11 11. An offender who no longer has a fixed residence 7 is considered homeless and must appear in person within three (3) business days and report the change in his or her fixed residence to local law enforcement where he or she is registered . 24715 - 20A - 12 12. In addition to complying with the registration and verification requirements in Section 15 - 20A - 10 (listed above), a homeless sex offender who lacks a fixed residence, or who does not provide an address at a fixed residence at the time of release or registration, must report in person once every seven (7) days to the law enforcement agency where he or she resides. If the offender resides within the city limits of a municipality, the offender must report to the chief of police. If the offender resides outside the city limits of a municipality, the offender must report to the sheriff of the county. 24715 - 20A - 12 13. If a homeless sex offender obtains a fixed residence in compliance with Section 15 - 20A - 11, within three (3) business days, the offender must appear in person to update his or her residence information with local law enforcement in each county of residence. 24715 - 20A - 10 , - 12 14. The offender shall not accept or maintain employment or a volunteer position at any school, childcare facility, mobile vending business that provides services primarily to children, or any other business or organization that provides services primari ly to children , or any amusement or water park . 24715 - 20A - 13 15. The offender shall not accept or maintain employment or a volunteer position within 2,000 feet of the property on which a school or childcare facility is located unless otherwise exempted pu rsuant to Sections 15 - 20A - 24 and 15 - 20A - 25. 24715 - 20A - 13 16. An offender convicted of an offense involving a child shall not accept or maintain employment or a volunteer position within 500 feet of a playground, park, athletic field or facility, or any other business or facility having a principal purpose of caring for, educating, or entertaining minors . 24715 - 20A - 13 17. The offender must appear in person to verify all required registration information with local law every three (3) 24715 - 20A - 10 5 2000 fo ot measurement - Measurements are calculated by measuring from property line to property line, in a straight line. 6 Overnight Visit any presence between the hours of 10:30 p m and 6:00 a m . 7 Fixed Residence a building or structure, having a physical address o r street number, that provides shelter in which a person resides. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com A LABAMA L AW E NFORCEMENT A GENCY Sex Offender Registration Unit Page 3 No. Initial Provision 18. Within three (3) b usiness days before an offender temporarily leav es his or her county of residence for a period of three (3) or more consecutive days, the offender must report in person to the sheriff in each county of residence and complete and sign a travel notification document . 24715 - 20A - 15 19. An offender who intends to travel outside the United States must report in person to the sheriff in each county of residence and complete a travel notification document at least twenty - one ( 21 ) days prior to travel . If the

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