Sex offender list chattanooga tennessee

The TBI official who denied the requestfor termination of registration requirements may submit anaffidavit to the court detailing the reasons the request wasdenied.(A) "Prior conviction" means that the person serves and isreleased or discharged from, or is serving, a separate periodof incarceration or supervision for the commission of asexual offense prior to or at the time of committing anothersexual offense;(B) "Prior conviction" includes convictions under the lawsof any other state, government or country that, if committedin this state, would constitute a sexual offense.If anoffense in a jurisdiction other than this state is notidentified as a sexual offense in this state, it shall beconsidered a prior conviction if the elements of the offenseare the same as the elements for a sexual offense; and(C) "Separate period of incarceration or supervision"includes a sentence to any of the sentencing alternatives setout in § 40-35-104(c)(3)-(9).For a change in employment or vocational statusto be considered a material one, it must remain in effect forfive (5) consecutive days or more.(7) Within three (3) days, excluding holidays, of anoffender changing the offender's electronic mail addressinformation, any instant message, chat or other Internetcommunication name or identity information that the personuses or intends to use, whether within or without this state,the offender shall report the change to the offender'sdesignated law enforcement agency.(1) An offender who is incarcerated in this state in alocal, state or federal jail or a private penal institutionshall, within forty-eight (48) hours prior to the offender'srelease, register or report in person, completing and signinga TBI registration form, under penalty of perjury, pursuantto § 39-16-702(b)(3), as follows:(2) After registering or reporting with the incarceratingfacility as provided in subdivision (b)(1), an offender whois incarcerated in this state in a local, state or federaljail or a private penal institution shall, within forty-eight(48) hours after the offender's release from theincarcerating institution, report in person to the offender'sregistering agency, unless the place of incarceration is alsothe person's registering agency.(c) An offender from another state, jurisdiction or countrywho has established a primary or secondary residence withinthis state or has established a physical presence at aparticular location shall, within forty-eight (48) hours ofestablishing residency or a physical presence, register orreport in person with the designated law enforcement agency,completing and signing a TBI registration form, under penaltyof perjury, pursuant to § 39-16-702(b)(3).(1) An offender from another state, jurisdiction orcountry who is not a resident of this state shall, withinforty-eight (48) hours of employment, commencing practice ofa vocation or becoming a student in this state, register orreport in person, completing and signing a TBI registrationform, under penalty of perjury, pursuant to§ 39-16-702(b)(3), with: (B) The law enforcement agency or any institution of highereducation, or if not applicable, the designated lawenforcement agency with jurisdiction over the campus, if theoffender is employed or practices a vocation or is a student.(2) Within forty-eight (48) hours of an offender fromanother state, jurisdiction or country who is not a residentof this state making a material change in the offender'svocational or employment or vocational status within thisstate, the offender shall report the change to the person'sregistering agency.(3) An offender who resides and is registered in this stateand who intends to move out of this state shall, withinforty-eight (48) hours after moving to another state orwithin forty-eight (48) hours of becoming reasonably certainof the intention to move to another state, register or reportto the offender's designated law enforcement agency theaddress at which the offender will reside in the newjurisdiction.(4) Within forty-eight (48) hours of a change in any otherinformation given to the registering agency by the offenderthat is contained on the registration form, the offender mustreport the change to the registering agency.For example, on July 1, , Georgia House Bill was passed preventing sex offenders from living within feet of a school bus stop.

Likewise, within forty-eight (48) hours ofrelease on probation or any alternative to incarceration,excluding parole, the offender shall register or report inperson, as required by this part.(2) Regardless of an offender's date of conviction ordischarge from supervision, an offender whose contact withthis state is sufficient to satisfy the requirements ofsubdivision (a)(1) and who was an adult when the offenseoccurred is required to register or report in person asrequired by this part, if the person was required to registeras any form of sexual offender in another jurisdiction priorto the offender's presence in this state.

(5) Within forty-eight (48) hours of being released fromprobation or parole, an offender must report to the properlaw enforcement agency, which shall then become theregistering agency and take over registry duties from theboard.(6) Within forty-eight (48) hours of a material change inemployment or vocation status, the offender shall report thechange to the person's registering agency.

For purposes ofthis subdivision (a)(6), "a material change in employment orvocational status" includes being terminated involuntarilyfrom the offender's employment or vocation, voluntarilyterminating the employment or vocation, taking differentemployment or the same employment at a different location,changing shifts or substantially changing the offender'shours of work at the same employment or vocation, takingadditional employment, reducing the offender's employment orany other change in the offender's employment or vocationthat differs from that which the offender originallyregistered.

(b) Notwithstanding the absence of a final sentencing andentry of a judgment of conviction, any defendant who isemployed or practices a vocation, establishes a primary orsecondary residence, or becomes a student in this state, andwho enters a plea of guilty to an offense in another state,county, or jurisdiction that may result in a conviction of aqualifying offense in § 40-39-202(20) or§ 40-39-202(28), shall be required to register with aregistering agency.(c) Upon the court's acceptance of a defendant's entry of aplea of guilty, and notwithstanding the absence of a finalsentencing and entry of a judgment of conviction, anydefendant from another state who enters a plea of guilty toan offense in this state that may result in a conviction of aqualifying offense in § 40-39-202(20) or§ 40-39-202(28), shall be required to register with aregistering agency.

Except as otherwise provided in § 40-39-207(a)-(d),no record shall be removed from the SOR, unless ordered by acourt of competent jurisdiction as part of an expunctionorder pursuant to § 40-32-101, so long as the offense iseligible for expunction under § 40-32-101.

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