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OKLAHOMA LAW REQUIRING
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION

     22-22-30.   Sex crimes defined. For the purposes of    22-22-31 to 22-22-39, inclusive, a sex crime is any of the following crimes regardless of the date of the commission of the offense or the date of conviction:

             (1)      Rape as set forth in    22-22-1;

             (2)      Sexual contact with a minor under sixteen as set forth in    22-22-7 if committed by an adult and the adult is convicted of a felony;

             (3)      Sexual contact with a person incapable of consenting as set forth in    22-22-7.2 if committed by an adult;

             (4)      Incest as set forth in    22-22-19.1 if committed by an adult;

             (5)      Photographing a child in an obscene act as set forth in    22-22-23;

             (6)      Possession of child pornography as set forth in    22-22-23.1;

             (7)      Sale of obscene pictures of a child as set forth in    22-22-24;

             (8)      Kidnapping, as set forth in    22-19-1, if the victim of the criminal act is a minor;

             (9)      Promotion of prostitution of a minor as set forth in subdivision 22-23-2(2);

             (10)      Criminal pedophilia as set forth in    22-22-30.1;

             (11)      Felony indecent exposure as set forth in former    22-24-1 or
indecent exposure as set forth in    22-24-1.2;

             (12)     
An attempt to commit any of the crimes listed in this section; or

             (13)      Any crime committed in a place other than this state which would constitute a sex crime under this section if committed in this state.
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     22-22-30.1.   Criminal pedophilia defined -- Penalty. Criminal pedophilia is any act of sexual penetration accomplished with a victim less than thirteen years of age by any person twenty-six years of age or older under any circumstances not constituting incest as defined in subdivision 22-22-1(6). Criminal pedophilia is a Class 1 felony. If any person is convicted of criminal pedophilia, the court shall impose a minimum sentence of twenty-five years for a first offense. If any person is convicted for a second offense, the court shall impose a sentence of life without parole.
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     22-22-31.   Registration of convicted sex offenders -- Violation as misdemeanor or felony. Any person residing in this state who has been convicted whether upon a verdict or plea of guilty or a plea of nolo contendere, or who has received a suspended imposition of sentence which has not been discharged pursuant to    23A-27-14 prior to July 1, 1995, for commission of a sex crime, as defined in    22-22-30, or any person who is a juvenile fifteen years of age or older adjudicated of a sex crime, as defined in subdivision 22-22-30(1) or (9), or of felony sexual contact, as defined in    22-22-7.2, shall, within ten days of coming into any county to reside or temporarily domicile for more than thirty days, register with the chief of police of the municipality in which the person resides, or, if no chief of police exists, then with the sheriff of the county in which the person resides. A violation of this section is a Class 1 misdemeanor. However, any subsequent violation is a Class 6 felony. Any person whose sentence is discharged under    23A-27-14 after July 1, 1995, shall forward a certified copy of such formal discharge by certified mail to the Division of Criminal Investigation and to local law enforcement where the person is then registered under this section. Upon receipt of such notice, the person shall be removed from the sex offender registry open to public inspection and shall be relieved of further registration requirements under this section.
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     22-22-31.1.   Annual verification form mailed to registered offender -- Return of form -- Penalties for not returning form. The Division of Criminal Investigation shall mail a nonforwardable verification form at least once annually to the last reported address of each person registered under    22-22-31. The person shall return the verification form to the Division of Criminal Investigation within ten days after receipt of any such form. The verification form shall be signed by the person required to register and shall state that the person still resides at the address last reported to the Division of Criminal Investigation. If the person fails to return the verification form to the Division of Criminal Investigation within ten days after receipt of the form, the person is in violation of the registration provisions of    22-22-31 and is subject to the penalties prescribed in    22-22-31. Nonreceipt of a registration verification does not constitute a defense to failure to comply with    22-22-37.
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     22-22-31.2.   Petition to remove name from sex offender registry. Any person who, as a juvenile, was placed on the sex offender registry may petition the circuit court for removal from the registry upon a showing that the person has not been adjudicated or convicted of any sex offense for at least ten years and no longer constitutes a threat to reoffend.

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     22-22-32.   Information required for registration of convicted sex offenders. The registration shall include the following information:


             (1)      Name and all aliases used;

             (2)      Complete description, photographs, and fingerprints;

             (3)      Residence, length of time at that residence, and length of time expected to remain at that residence;

             (4)      The type of sex crime convicted of; and

             (5)      The date of commission and the date of conviction of any sex crime committed.

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     22-22-32.1.   Information from sex offender registry -- Specifics included. When a law enforcement official provides information from the sex offender registry, the information shall include the offender's name, address, the type of sex crime convicted of, and the date of the commission of the crime and the date of conviction of any sex crime committed.

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     22-22-33.   Registration forwarded to Division of Criminal Investigation -- Files not open to public -- Exceptions. Within three days of registering a person pursuant to    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, the registering law enforcement agency shall forward the information to the Division of Criminal Investigation. The Division of Criminal Investigation shall maintain a file of all the registrations and shall make them available to state, county, and municipal law enforcement agencies on a twenty-four hour basis. The provisions of    23-5-11 and 23-6-14 do not apply to providing files pursuant to    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive. The Division of Criminal Investigation file is not open to inspection by the public or any other person other than a law enforcement officer except as specifically provided in    22-22-34.

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     22-22-34.   Availability of sex offenders' files. The Division of Criminal Investigation may make the file available to any regional or national registry of sex offenders. The division shall accept files from any regional or national registry of sex offenders and shall make such files available when requested pursuant to    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive.

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     22-22-35.   Names of school or child welfare agency employees may be submitted to law enforcement agency for determination of sexual offender status. Repealed by SL 1995, ch 126,    2.

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     22-22-36.   Written notice of new address required -- Time limit -- Forwarding information. Any person required to register pursuant to    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, who moves to a different residence address shall inform the law enforcement agency with whom the person last registered of the new address, in writing, within ten days. The law enforcement agency shall, within three days of receipt, forward the information to the Division of Criminal Investigation and to the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction of the new residence.

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     22-22-37.   Annual registration of sex offender required. Any person required to register pursuant to    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, shall annually register with the local law enforcement agency having jurisdiction of the person's residence verifying the information given pursuant to    22-22-32. A violation of this section is a Class 1 misdemeanor. Any third or subsequent violation of this section is a Class 6 felony.
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     22-22-38.   Duty of institutions to inform convicted sex offenders of registration requirements. Any person required to register pursuant to    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, who is discharged or paroled or temporarily released from an institution of the Department of Corrections or the Department of Human Services or from any jail or other facility in this state where the person was confined because of a conviction of an offense as described in    22-22-30 shall, prior to discharge, parole, furlough, work release, or similar program outside the facility, or release, be informed of the duty to register under    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, by the institution in which the person was confined. The institution shall require the person to read and sign any forms as may be required by the Division of Criminal Investigation stating that the duty to register and the procedure for registration has been explained. The institution shall obtain the address where the person plans to reside upon discharge, parole, furlough, work release, or similar program outside the facility, or release and shall report the address to the Division of Criminal Investigation. The institution shall give one copy of the form to the person and shall send one copy to the Division of Criminal Investigation and one copy to the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction where the person plans to reside upon discharge, parole, furlough, work release, or similar program outside the facility, or release, and one copy to the office of the state's attorney in the county in which the person was convicted.
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     22-22-39.   Duty of court to inform sexual offenders of registration requirements. Any person required to register pursuant to    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, who is released on probation because of the commission or attempt to commit one of the offenses as described in    22-22-30 shall, prior to release be informed of the duty to register under    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, by the court in which the person was convicted. The court shall require the person to read and sign any forms as may be required by the Division of Criminal Investigation stating that the duty to register and the procedure for registration has been explained. The court shall obtain the address where the person plans to reside upon release and shall report the address to the Division of Criminal Investigation. The court shall give one copy of the form to the person and shall send one copy to the Division of Criminal Investigation and one copy to the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction where the person plans to reside upon release.
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     22-22-40.   Registration records and lists as public records -- Confidentiality of victim identifying information. Registration records collected by local law enforcement agencies pursuant to this chapter, registration lists provided to local law enforcement by the Division of Criminal Investigation, and records collected by institutions pursuant to    22-22-38 for those persons required to register under the provisions of    22-22-30 to 22-22-39, inclusive, are public records as provided in chapter 1-27.


     Nothing in this section allows the release of the name or any identifying information regarding the victim of the crime to any person other than law enforcement agencies, and such victim identifying information is confidential.
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     22-22-41.   Penalties for crime committed as result of information from sex offender registry. Any person who commits any crime as a result of information gained through the sex offender registry or through public information kept pursuant to    22-22-40 is guilty of a Class 6 felony. Such liability is in addition to any other civil or criminal penalties.
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