At any rate, this list is expanded from earlier reports. Once I get a full copy of the bill as passed (the final version) will post it up.
Key points of 2011 Alabama sex offender law
- Repeals earlier sex offender law passed in 2005, but incorporates parts of later laws.
- Requires adult sex offenders to remain in the state sex offender registry for life but makes exceptions for some younger offenders.
- Requires offenders to report plans to be away from home address for more than three days or any out-of-state travel.
- Requires day laborers to report when and where they will be on the job each day.
- Requires adult offenders to verify registration information every three months and pay $10 fee for updating.
- Requires homeless offenders to re-register and pay $10 updating fee every seven days.
- Requires offenders defined as sexual predators or convicted of violent sexual offenses to wear a global positioning device at a cost up to $15 per day.
- Allows offender to petition court for relief from lifelong reporting requirements if the offense was a crime only because of the victim’s age (consensual sex with a minor).
- Requires offender to register with local law authorities within three days after moving to county and/or attending school in county.
- Requires offender to update information within three days with every move or change in school.
- Expands information offender must give to law enforcement to include vehicle information, telephone numbers, Internet and email addresses, palm prints, passport/immigration documents and professional licenses.