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OKLAHOMA LAW REQUIRING
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION

57-581.
  
   A. Sections 581 et seq. of this title shall be known and may be cited
   as the "Sex Offenders Registration Act".
  
   B. The Legislature finds that sex offenders who commit other predatory
   acts against children and persons who prey on others as a result of
   mental illness pose a high risk of re-offending after release from
   custody. The Legislature further finds that the privacy interest of
   persons adjudicated guilty of these crimes is less important than the
   state's interest in public safety. The Legislature additionally finds
   that a system of registration will permit law enforcement officials to
   identify and alert the public when necessary for protecting the public
   safety.
  
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57-582.
  
   A. The provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration Act, Section 581
   et seq. of this title, shall apply to any person residing, working or
   attending school within the State of Oklahoma who, after November 1,
   1989, has been convicted, whether upon a verdict or plea of guilty or
   upon a plea of nolo contendere, or received a suspended sentence or
   any probationary term for a crime or an attempt to commit a crime
   provided for in Section 7115 of Title 10 of the Oklahoma Statutes if
   the offense involved sexual abuse or sexual exploitation as those
   terms are defined in Section 7102 of Title 10 of the Oklahoma
   Statutes, Section 741, 843.1, if the offense included sexual abuse or
   sexual exploitation, 865 et seq., 885, 886, 888, 891,
1021, 1021.2,
   1021.3, 1040.13a, 1040.51, 1087, 1088, 1111.1, 1114 or 1123 of Title
   21 of the Oklahoma Statutes.
  
   B. The provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration Act shall apply to
   any person who after November 1, 1989, resides, works or attends
   school within the State of Oklahoma and who has been convicted or
   received a suspended sentence in any court of another state, a federal
   court, an Indian tribal court or a military court for a crime or
   attempted crime which, if committed or attempted in this state, would
   be a crime or an attempt to commit a crime provided for in any of said
   laws listed in subsection A of this section.
  
   C. The provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration Act shall apply to
   any person who resides, works or attends school within the State of
   Oklahoma and who has received a deferred judgment in any court of
   another state, a federal court, an Indian tribal court or a military
   court for a crime or attempted crime which, if committed or attempted
   in this state, would be a crime or an attempt to commit a crime
   provided for in Section 7115 of Title 10 of the Oklahoma Statutes if
   the offense involved sexual abuse or sexual exploitation as those
   terms are defined in Section 7102 of Title 10 of the Oklahoma
   Statutes, Section 741, 843.1, if the offense involved sexual abuse or
   sexual exploitation, 865 et seq., 885, 886, 888, 891,
1021, 1021.2,
   1021.3, 1040.13a, 1040.51, 1087, 1088, 1111.1, 1114 or 1123 of Title
   21 of the Oklahoma Statutes. The provisions of the Sex Offenders
   Registration Act shall not apply to any such person while the person
   is incarcerated in a maximum or medium correctional institution of the
   Department of Corrections.
  

57-583.
  
   A. Any person who becomes subject to the provisions of the Sex
   Offenders Registration Act, Section 581 et seq. of this title, on or
   after November 1, 1989, shall be registered as follows:
  
   1. With the Department of Corrections within three (3) business days
   of being convicted or receiving a suspended sentence or any
   probationary term if the person is not incarcerated, or within three
   (3) business days of release of the person from a correctional
   institution, except as provided in subsection B of this section; and
  
   2. With the local law enforcement authority having jurisdiction in the
   area where the person resides or intends to reside for more than seven
   (7) days. The registration is required within three (3) days after
   entering the jurisdiction of the law enforcement authority.
  
   For purposes of this section, "local law enforcement authority" means
   the municipal police department, if the person resides or intends to
   reside or stay within the jurisdiction of any municipality of this
   state; or the county sheriff, if the person resides or intends to
   reside or stay at any place outside the jurisdiction of any
   municipality within this state.
  
   B. Any person who has been convicted of an offense or received a
   deferred judgment for an offense on or after November 1, 1989, in
   another jurisdiction, which offense if committed or attempted in this
   state, would have been punishable as one or more of the offenses
   listed in Section 582 of this title and who enters this state shall be
   registered as follows:
  
   1. With the Department of Corrections when the person enters and
   intends to be in the state for any purpose for thirty (30) days or
   longer, has any type of full-time or part-time employment, with or
   without compensation for more than fourteen (14) days or an aggregate
   period exceeding thirty (30) days within a calendar year, or is
   enrolled as a full-time or part-time student within this state. Such
   registration is required within three (3) days after entering the
   state; and
  
   2. With the local law enforcement authority having jurisdiction in the
   area where the person intends to reside or to stay for more than seven
   (7) days, has any type of full-time or part-time employment, with or
   without compensation for more than fourteen (14) days or an aggregate
   period exceeding thirty (30) days within a calendar year, or is
   enrolled as a full-time or part-time student within this state. The
   registration is required with local law enforcement within three (3)
   days after entering the jurisdiction of the law enforcement authority.
  
   C. Except for habitual or aggravated sex offenders, the person shall
   be required to register for a period of ten (10) years and the
   information received pursuant to the registration with the Department
   of Corrections required by this section shall be maintained by the
   Department of Corrections for at least ten (10) years from the date of
   registration.
  
   D. Except for habitual or aggravated sex offenders, the person shall
   be required to register for a period of ten (10) years and the
   information received pursuant to the registration with the local law
   enforcement authority required by this section shall be maintained by
   such authority for at least ten (10) years.
  
   E. When registering an offender as provided in this section the
   Department of Corrections or the local law enforcement agency having
   jurisdiction shall:
  
   1. Inform the offender of the duty to register and obtain the
   information required for registration as described in this section;
  
   2. Inform the offender that if the offender changes address, the
   offender shall give the new address to the Department of Corrections
   in writing no later than three (3) days before the offender
   establishes residence or is temporarily domiciled at the new address;
  
   3. Inform the offender that if the offender changes address to another
   state, the offender shall register the new address with the Department
   of Corrections and with a designated law enforcement agency in the new
   state not later than ten (10) days before the offender establishes
   residency or is temporarily domiciled in the new state, if the new
   state has a registration requirement;
  
   4. Inform the offender that if the offender participates in any
   full-time or part-time employment, in another state, with or without
   compensation for more than fourteen (14) days or an aggregate period
   exceeding thirty (30) days in a calendar year, then the offender has a
   duty to register as a sex offender in that state;
  
   5. Inform the offender that if the offender enrolls in any type of
   school in another state as a full-time or part-time student then the
   offender has a duty to register as a sex offender in that state; and
  
   6. Require the offender to read and sign a form stating that the duty
   of the person to register under this act has been explained.
  
57-584.
  
   A. The registration with the Department of Corrections required by the
   Sex Offenders Registration Act, Section 581 et seq. of this title,
   shall be in a form approved by the Department of Corrections and shall
   include the following information about the person registering:
  
   1. The person's name and all aliases used or under which the person
   has been known;
  
   2. A complete description of the person, including a photograph and
   fingerprints, and when requested by the Department of Corrections,
   such registrant shall submit to a blood test for purposes of a
   deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) profile. Submission to testing for
   individuals registering shall be within thirty (30) days of
   registration. All individuals registered pursuant to the Sex Offenders
   Registration Act on July 1, 1997, shall provide a blood sample by
   October 1, 1997. Registrants who already have valid samples on file in
   the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) DNA Offender
   Database shall not be required to submit duplicate samples for
   testing;
  
   3. The offenses listed in Section 582 of this title of which the
   person has been convicted or for which the person received a suspended
   sentence, where the offense was committed, where the person was
   convicted or received the suspended sentence, and the name under which
   the person was convicted or received the suspended sentence;
  
   4. The name and location of each hospital or penal institution to
   which the person was committed for each offense listed in Section 582
   of this title; and
  
   5. Where the person resides, how long the person has resided there,
   how long the person expects to reside there, and how long the person
   expects to remain in the county and in the State of Oklahoma. The
   Department of Corrections shall conduct address verification of the
   sex offender on an annual basis by mailing a nonforwardable
   verification form to the last reported address of the person. The
   person shall return the verification form in person to the local law
   enforcement agency of that jurisdiction within ten (10) days after
   receipt of the form and may be photographed by the local law
   enforcement agency at that time. The local law enforcement agency
   shall forward the form to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections
   within three (3) days after receipt of the form. The verification form
   shall be signed by the person and state the current address of the
   person. Failure to return the verification form shall be a violation
   of this act. If the offender has been determined to be a habitual or
   aggravated sex offender by the Department of Corrections, the address
   verification shall be conducted every ninety (90) days. The Department
   of Corrections shall notify the district attorney's office and local
   law enforcement agency of the appropriate county, within forty-five
   (45) days if unable to verify the address of a sex offender. A local
   law enforcement agency may notify the district attorney's office
   whenever it comes to the attention of the local law enforcement agency
   that a sex offender is not in compliance with any provisions of this
   act.
  
   B. Conviction data and fingerprints shall be promptly transmitted at
   the time of registration to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
   (OSBI) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) if the state has
   not previously sent the information at the time of conviction.
  
   C. The registration with the local law enforcement authority required
   by this act shall be in a form approved by the local law enforcement
   authority and shall include the following information about the person
   registering:
  
   1. The person's full name, alias, date of birth, sex, race, height,
   weight, eye color, social security number, driver license number, and
   home address; and
  
   2. A description of the offense for which the offender was convicted,
   the date of the conviction, and the sentence imposed, if applicable.
  
   For purposes of this section, "local law enforcement authority" means
   the municipal police department, if the person resides or intends to
   reside or stay within the jurisdiction of any municipality of this
   state; or, the county sheriff, if the person resides or intends to
   reside or stay at any place outside the jurisdiction of any
   municipality within this state.
  
   D. Any person subject to the provisions of the Sex Offenders
   Registration Act who changes an address shall give written
   notification of the new address to the Department of Corrections
   within three (3) business days after the change of address and the
   local law enforcement authority within three (3) business days after
   the change of address. If the new address is in another state the
   Department of Corrections shall promptly notify the agency responsible
   for registration in that state of the new address of the offender.
  
   E. The Department of Corrections shall maintain a file of all sex
   offender registrations. A copy of the information contained in the
   registration shall promptly be available to state, county and
   municipal law enforcement agencies and the National Sex Offender
   Registry maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Said file
   shall promptly be made available for public inspection or copying
   pursuant to rules promulgated by the Department of Corrections and may
   be made available through Internet access. The Department of
   Corrections shall promptly provide all municipal police departments
   and all county sheriff departments a list of those sex offenders
   registered and living in their county.
  
   F. Each local law enforcement agency shall make its sex offender
   registry available upon request.
  
   When a law enforcement agency sends a copy of or otherwise makes the
   sex offender registry available to any public or private school
   offering any combination of prekindergarten through twelfth grade
   classes or child care facility licensed by the state, the agency shall
   provide a notice using the following or similar language: "A person
   whose name appears on this registry has been convicted of a sex
   offense. Continuing to employ a person whose name appears on this
   registry may result in civil liability for the employer."
  
   G. Samples of blood for DNA testing required by subsection A of this
   section shall be taken by employees or contractors of the Department
   of Corrections. Said individuals shall be properly trained to collect
   blood samples. Persons collecting blood for DNA testing pursuant to
   this section shall be immune from civil liabilities arising from this
   activity. The Department of Corrections shall ensure the collection of
   samples are mailed to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
   (OSBI) within ten (10) days of the time the subject appears for
   testing. The Department shall use sample kits provided by the OSBI and
   procedures promulgated by the OSBI. Persons subject to DNA testing
   pursuant to this section shall be required to pay to the Department of
   Corrections a fee of Fifteen Dollars ($15.00). Any fees collected
   pursuant to this subsection shall be deposited in the Department of
   Corrections revolving account.
  
   H. 1. Any person who has been convicted of or received a suspended
   sentence or any probationary term for any crime listed in Section 582
   of this title and:
  
   a. who is subsequently convicted of a crime or an attempt to commit a
   crime listed in subsection A of Section 582 of this title, or
  
   b. who enters this state after November 1, 1997, and who has been
   convicted of an additional crime or attempted crime which, if
   committed or attempted in this state, would be a crime or an attempt
   to commit a crime provided for in subsection A of Section 582 of this
   title,
  
   shall be subject to all of the registration requirements of this act
   and shall be designated by the Department of Corrections as a habitual
   sex offender. A habitual sex offender shall be required to register
   for the lifetime of the habitual sex offender.
  
   2. On or after November 1, 1999, any person who has been convicted of
   a crime or an attempt to commit a crime, received a suspended sentence
   or any probationary term for a crime provided for in Section 7115 of
   Title 10 of the Oklahoma Statutes, if the offense involved sexual
   abuse or sexual exploitation as these terms are defined in Section
   7102 of Title 10 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 885, 888, 1111.1,
   1114 or 1123 of Title 21 of the Oklahoma Statutes shall be subject to
   all the registration requirements of this act and shall be designated
   by the Department of Corrections as an aggravated sex offender. An
   aggravated sex offender shall be required to register for the lifetime
   of the aggravated sex offender.
  
   3. Upon registration of any person designated as a habitual or
   aggravated sex offender, pursuant to this subsection, a local law
   enforcement authority shall notify, by any method of communication it
   deems appropriate, anyone that the local law enforcement authority
   determines appropriate, including, but not limited to:
  
   a. the family of the habitual or aggravated sex offender,
  
   b. any prior victim of the habitual or aggravated sex offender, and
  
   c. residential neighbors and churches, community parks, schools,
   convenience stores, businesses and other places that children or other
   potential victims may frequent.
  
   4. The notification may include, but is not limited to, the following
   information:
  
   a. the name and physical address of the habitual or aggravated sex
   offender,
  
   b. a physical description of the habitual or aggravated sex offender,
   including, but not limited to, age, height, weight and eye and hair
   color,
  
   c. a description of the vehicle that the habitual or aggravated sex
   offender is known to drive,
  
   d. any conditions or restrictions upon the probation, parole or
   conditional release of the habitual or aggravated sex offender,
  
   e. a description of the primary and secondary targets of the habitual
   or aggravated sex offender,
  
   f. a description of the method of offense of the habitual or
   aggravated sex offender,
  
   g. a current photograph of the habitual or aggravated sex offender,
   and
  
   h. the name and telephone number of the probation or parole officer of
   the habitual or aggravated sex offender.
  
   5. The local law enforcement authority shall make the notification
   provided for in this subsection regarding a habitual or aggravated sex
   offender available to any person upon request.
  
   I. Public officials, public employees, and public agencies are immune
   from civil liability for good faith conduct under this act.
  
   1. Nothing in this act shall be deemed to impose any liability upon or
   to give rise to a cause of action against any public official, public
   employee, or public agency for failing to release information in
   accordance with this act.
  
   2. Nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent law
   enforcement officers from notifying members of the public of any
   persons that pose a danger under circumstances that are not enumerated
   in this act.

57-585.
  
   A. Each person in charge of a correctional institution from which a
   person subject to the provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration
   Act, Section 581 et seq. of this title, is released and each judge who
   suspends the sentence of a person subject to the provisions of the Sex
   Offenders Registration Act or orders any probationary term for a
   person subject to the provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration Act
   shall prior to discharge or release of said person:
  
   1. Explain to the person the duty to register pursuant to the Sex
   Offenders Registration Act;
  
   2. Require the person to sign a written statement that the duty to
   register has been explained and the person understands the duty to
   register;
  
   3. Obtain the address at which the person is to reside upon discharge
   or release; and
  
   4. Forward said information to the Department of Corrections.
  
   B. The Department of Public Safety shall issue written notification of
   the registration requirements of the Sex Offenders Registration Act to
   any person who enters this state from another jurisdiction and makes
   an initial application for an operator's or chauffeur's license to
   operate a motor vehicle in this state.
  
   C. The Department of Corrections shall coordinate with the
   Administrative Office of the Courts in promulgating rules to establish
   other necessary procedures for notifying offenders of the obligation
   to register pursuant to this act and procedures for registration of
   those offenders.
  
   D. The Department of Corrections shall coordinate with surrounding
   states to establish necessary procedures for notifying offenders that
   reside in other states but work or attend school within the State of
   Oklahoma of the obligation to register pursuant to this act and the
   procedure for registration of those offenders.
  


57-586.

57-586.
  
   No person subject to the provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration
   Act, Sections 581 et seq. of this title, shall furnish any false or
   misleading information in the registration required by said act.
  
57-587.
  
   Any person required to register pursuant to the provisions of the Sex
   Offenders Registration Act, Section 581 et seq. of this title, who
   violates any provision of said act shall, upon conviction, be guilty
   of a felony. Any person convicted of a violation of this section
   before the effective date of Section 20.1 of Title 21 of the Oklahoma
   Statutes shall be punished by incarceration in a correctional facility
   for not more than five (5) years, a fine not to exceed Five Thousand
   Dollars ($5,000.00), or both such fine and imprisonment. Any person
   convicted of a violation of this section after the effective date of
   Section 20.1 of Title 21 of the Oklahoma Statutes shall be guilty of a
   Schedule E offense.
  

57-588.

57-589.
  
   A. It is unlawful for any person registered pursuant to the Oklahoma
   Sex Offenders Registration Act to work with or provide services to
   children or to work on school premises, or for any person or business
   who offers or provides services to children or contracts for work to
   be performed on school premises to knowingly and willfully allow any
   employee to work with children or to work on school premises who is
   registered pursuant to the Oklahoma Sex Offenders Registration Act.
   Upon conviction for any violation of the provisions of this
   subsection, the violator shall be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable
   by a fine not to exceed One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00). In addition,
   the violator may be liable for civil damages.
  
   B. A person or business who offers or provides services shall ensure
   compliance with subsection A of this section as provided by Section
   6-101.48 of Title 70 of the Oklahoma Statutes.