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22-24B-30Inmate and juvenile offender registration--Time limit--Submission to Division of Criminal Investigation--Notice of change of status.

Any person required to register pursuant to §§ 22-24B-1 to 22-24B-14, inclusive, who is incarcerated or is a juvenile offender committed to the Department of Corrections, shall register within three business days of admission to the correctional facility or commitment to the Department of Corrections.

The Department of Corrections or administering authority of the county or city jail or juvenile detention center shall submit required sex offender registrations to the Division of Criminal Investigation.

The administering authority of the correctional facility shall notify the Division of Criminal Investigation if a person required to register changes status from an inmate to parolee or probationer or if an inmate is transferred to a different address, informing the division of the date of transfer and address of the new location.

Source: SL 2006, ch 121, § 10; SL 2010, ch 118, § 3.

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