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     22-24B-29.   Summary description of offense forwarded to or developed by Division of Criminal Investigation. If any person is convicted of a sex crime as defined in § 22-24B-1 that is subject to sex offender registration requirements as defined in §§ 22-24B-2 to 22-24B-14, inclusive, the prosecuting attorney shall prepare a summary description of the offense and forward this to the Division of Criminal Investigation for inclusion on the sex offender registry.
     Any person who, on July 1, 2006, is subject to sex offender registration or is subject to sex offender registration as a result of a foreign criminal conviction, may have a summary description of the offense developed by the Division of Criminal Investigation and entered on the registry, if the information is available.
     The term, foreign criminal conviction, as used in this section and § 22-24B-31, means any conviction issued by a court of competent jurisdiction of another state, federal court, Indian tribe, the District of Columbia, or a commonwealth, territory, or possession of the United States which is enforceable as if the order was issued by a court in this state.
     Nothing in this section allows the release of the name of the victim of the crime to any person other than law enforcement agencies, and the name of the victim is confidential.

Source: SL 2006, ch 121, § 9.


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