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florida [2018/11/18 17:16]
zyin Added two new questions about registrant levels and risk assessment
florida [2019/02/14 18:08] (current)
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 === What is the registration requirement for someone with a sexual offense who will be moving to the state to live or to attend school? === === What is the registration requirement for someone with a sexual offense who will be moving to the state to live or to attend school? ===
  
-ROffender: 3 or more days in a year 775.21(2)(m)\\+Offender: 3 or more days in a year 775.21(2)(m)\\
 [[http://​www.flsenate.gov/​Laws/​Statutes/​2016/​775.21|http://​www.flsenate.gov/​Laws/​Statutes/​2016/​775.21]]\\ [[http://​www.flsenate.gov/​Laws/​Statutes/​2016/​775.21|http://​www.flsenate.gov/​Laws/​Statutes/​2016/​775.21]]\\
 Predator: Within 48 hours 775.21(6)(e)1a.\\ Predator: Within 48 hours 775.21(6)(e)1a.\\
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 [[http://​www.sexoffenderresource.com/​florida/​|http://​www.sexoffenderresource.com/​florida/​]] [[http://​www.sexoffenderresource.com/​florida/​|http://​www.sexoffenderresource.com/​florida/​]]
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 “Sexual offenders/​predators reported deceased remain on the website for one year after the date of death as provided on the death certificate. This allows victims, the community, and local law enforcement time to be notified.” “Sexual offenders/​predators reported deceased remain on the website for one year after the date of death as provided on the death certificate. This allows victims, the community, and local law enforcement time to be notified.”
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