A few other significant changes to the sex offender law include:
- Registered sex offenders who are homeless are required to check in once a week.
- Those who do day labor must provide local law enforcement with details about where and when they will be working each day.
- Sex offenders will have to pay a $10 fee every time they register. That same fee will also be charged for every move.
- A travel permit is required through local law enforcement if a sex offender plans to be away from their residence for more than three days or if they plan to travel outside the area.
- Those sex offenders who have been classified as sexual predators or convicted of sexually violent crimes will be required to wear a Global Positioning System (GPS) for 10 years, at their own expense.
- Some youthful offenders and juveniles, those charged with more serious sex crimes, will have to register for a lifetime instead of 10 years.