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WHAT HAPPENS IF AN OFFENDER MOVES?

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WHAT HAPPENS IF AN OFFENDER MOVES?

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Registrants must inform the local sheriff’s office of all address changes. When the registrant moves to another county, they must notify the current sheriff’s office and register with the new sheriff’s office with in five (5) working days. Similarly, when an offender moves out-of-state they must notify the sheriff’s office where they presently reside or are temporarily domiciled and then comply with the registry laws of the state to which they have moved. Any person who no longer has a residence or temporary domicile, ie., becomes homeless, shall notify the county sheriff in the county in which he or she is located within five days. The individual must report to that sheriff’s office once every 30 days during the time he or she remains homeless or report a new address within 5 working days of moving.

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Registrants must inform the local sheriff’s office of all address changes. When the registrant moves to another county, they must notify the current sheriff’s office and register with the new sheriff’s office with in five (5) working days. Similarly, when an offender moves out-of-state they must notify the sheriff’s office where they presently reside or are temporarily domiciled and then comply with the registry laws of the state to which they have moved.

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