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ALABAMA LAW REQUIRING
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION
Persons convicted of certain offenses to register with sheriff in county of residence; registration on
moving from one county to another.
If any person, except a delinquent child, as defined in Section 12-15-1, residing in Alabama, has heretofore been convicted, or shall be convicted in any state or municipal court in Alabama
or so convicted in another state in any court having jurisdiction similar to the jurisdiction of state and municipal courts in Alabama for any of the offenses hereinafter enumerated, such person shall, upon his or her release from
legal custody, register with the sheriff of the county of his or her legal residence within 30 days following such release or within 30 days after September 7, 1967, in case such person was released prior to such date. The offenses
above referred to are generally any act of sexual perversion involving a member of the same or the opposite sex, or any sexual abuse of any member of the same or the opposite sex or any attempt to commit any of these acts, and
without limiting the generality of the above statement shall include specifically: rape, as proscribed by Sections 13A-6-61 and 13A-6-62; sodomy, as proscribed by Sections 13A-6-63 and 13A-6-64; sexual misconduct, as proscribed by
Section 13A-6-65; indecent exposure, as proscribed by Section 13A-6-68; promoting prostitution in the first or second degree, as proscribed by Sections 13A-12-111 and
13A-12-112; obscenity, as proscribed by Section 13A-12-131; incest, as proscribed by Section 13A-13-3; or the attempt to commit any of the above offenses.
having been so convicted shall upon moving his legal residence from one county to another register with the sheriff of the county to which he has moved within 30 days after such removal. It shall be unlawful for a convicted sex
offender as described in this article to fail or refuse to register as herein required.
(Acts 1967, No. 507, p. 1222, §1; Code 1975, §13-10-20.)
Sheriff to maintain register and supply information to department of public safety.
The sheriff of each county in Alabama shall maintain a register or roster of the names of all persons registered by him under this article,
which register shall only be open to inspection by duly constituted law enforcement officers. The sheriff shall also notify the state department of public safety of the name of each person registered by him and at the same time
supply to such department information relative to the conviction of each person so registered.
(Acts 1967, No. 507, p. 1222, §2; Code 1975, §13-10-21.)
Department of public safety to
maintain register; register to be open only to law enforcement officers and agencies.
The State Department of Public Safety shall maintain a register or roster of the names of all persons registered under this article by the
several sheriffs of the state. Such register or roster shall be open only to inspection by duly constituted law enforcement officers or agencies.
(Acts 1967, No. 507, p. 1222, §3; Code 1975, §13-10-22.)
Penalty for violations of article.
Whoever willfully or knowingly violates Section 13A-11-200 shall upon conviction be imprisoned for not less than one year nor more than five years and in addition may
be fined not more than $1,000.00.
(Acts 1967, No. 507, p. 1222, §4; Code 1975, §13-10-23.)