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A sexual offender who remains at a permanent, temporary, or transient residence after reporting his or her intent to vacate such residence shall, within 48 hours after the date upon which the offender indicated he or she would or did vacate such residence, report in person to the agency to which he or she reported pursuant to paragraph (b) for the purpose of reporting his or her address at such residence. The failure of a sexual offender who maintains a transient residence to report in person to the sheriff’s office every 30 days as required in subparagraph (b)2. A sexual offender shall register all electronic mail addresses and Internet identifiers, and each Internet identifier’s corresponding website homepage or application software name, with the department through the department’s online system or in person at the sheriff’s office within 48 hours after using such electronic mail addresses and Internet identifiers. The sheriff’s office shall, within 2 business days, electronically submit and update all information provided by the sexual offender to the department. An offender who makes a report as required under paragraph (b) but fails to make a report as required under this paragraph commits a felony of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. If the sexual offender is in the custody or control, or under the supervision, of the Department of Juvenile Justice, he or she must report all electronic mail addresses and Internet identifiers, and each Internet identifier’s corresponding website homepage or application software name, to the Department of Juvenile Justice before using such electronic mail addresses or Internet identifiers.

A sexual offender shall register all changes to home telephone numbers and cellular telephone numbers, including added and deleted numbers, all changes to employment information, and all changes in status related to enrollment, volunteering, or employment at institutions of higher education, through the department’s online system; in person at the sheriff’s office; in person at the Department of Corrections if the sexual offender is in the custody or control, or under the supervision, of the Department of Corrections; or in person at the Department of Juvenile Justice if the sexual offender is in the custody or control, or under the supervision, of the Department of Juvenile Justice. CAN A SEXUAL OFFENDER PETITION THE COURT TO BE REMOVED FROM THE REGISTRY? Service on the district attorney and sheriff may be had by mailing a copy of the petition with a proper certificate of service. § 42-1-12 (i)(2) (1) Harbors, attempts to harbor, or assists another person in harboring or attempting harbor such sexual offender;(2) Conceals, attempts to conceal, or assists another person in concealing or attempting to conceal such sexual offender; or(3) Provides information to the law enforcement unit regarding such sexual offender which the person knows to be false information Commits a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than five nor more than 20 years." Back to Top 17. (b)(1) A petition for release pursuant to this Code section shall be filed in the superior court of the jurisdiction in which the individual was convicted; provided, however, that if the individual was not convicted in this state, such petition shall be filed in the superior court of the county where the individual resides.(2) Such petition shall be served on the district attorney of the jurisdiction where the petition is filed, the sheriff of the county where the petition is filed, and the sheriff of the county where the individual resides.Information under this paragraph shall only be made available to the department and law enforcement.The department may request the assistance of any county, circuit court, the department of health services, the department of transportation, or the department of workforce development in obtaining registry information.

A sexual offender shall register all changes to home telephone numbers and cellular telephone numbers, including added and deleted numbers, all changes to employment information, and all changes in status related to enrollment, volunteering, or employment at institutions of higher education, through the department’s online system; in person at the sheriff’s office; in person at the Department of Corrections if the sexual offender is in the custody or control, or under the supervision, of the Department of Corrections; or in person at the Department of Juvenile Justice if the sexual offender is in the custody or control, or under the supervision, of the Department of Juvenile Justice. CAN A SEXUAL OFFENDER PETITION THE COURT TO BE REMOVED FROM THE REGISTRY? Service on the district attorney and sheriff may be had by mailing a copy of the petition with a proper certificate of service. § 42-1-12 (i)(2) (1) Harbors, attempts to harbor, or assists another person in harboring or attempting harbor such sexual offender;(2) Conceals, attempts to conceal, or assists another person in concealing or attempting to conceal such sexual offender; or(3) Provides information to the law enforcement unit regarding such sexual offender which the person knows to be false information Commits a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than five nor more than 20 years." Back to Top 17. (b)(1) A petition for release pursuant to this Code section shall be filed in the superior court of the jurisdiction in which the individual was convicted; provided, however, that if the individual was not convicted in this state, such petition shall be filed in the superior court of the county where the individual resides.(2) Such petition shall be served on the district attorney of the jurisdiction where the petition is filed, the sheriff of the county where the petition is filed, and the sheriff of the county where the individual resides.Information under this paragraph shall only be made available to the department and law enforcement.The department may request the assistance of any county, circuit court, the department of health services, the department of transportation, or the department of workforce development in obtaining registry information.(2) An individual who meets the requirements of paragraph (4) of subsection (a) of this Code section may be considered for release from registration requirements and from residency or employment restrictions only if; (A) Ten years have elapsed since the individual completed all prison, parole, supervised release, and probation for the offense which required registration pursuant to Code Section 42-1-12; or (B) The individual has been classified by the board as a Level I risk assessment classification, provided that if the board has not done a risk assessment classification for such individual, the court shall order such classification to be completed prior to considering the petition for release.