What Information Do I Have to Give to the Sex Offender Registry Board?
The information that must be made available to the Sex Offender Registry Board includes the offender’s name, identifying data, residential, secondary, employment and school addresses, sex offense conviction data, physical description and a photograph. Level 3 offenders are required to re-register with the police on an annual basis during their birth month. A registered individual must also now provide both a permanent address and any “secondary addresses” where an offender may be living or routinely visiting, when he or she registers. Secondary Addresses are “the addresses of all places where a sex offender lives, abides, lodges, or resides for a period of 14 or more days in the aggregate during any calendar year and which is not a sex offender’s primary address; or a place where a sex offender routinely lives, abides, lodges, or resides for a period of 4 or more consecutive or nonconsecutive days in any month and which is not a sex offender’s permanent address, including any out-of-state address.”