In the registration law was expanded requiring certain sex offenders who are employed within a county but residing elsewhere to register in the county where they are working. On January 1, Senate Bill 10 modified the existing sex offender registration classifications, and also added childcare centers and pre-schools to the foot restriction imposed on registered offenders.
Some convicted sex offenders are NOT legally required to register, and others may fail to register as required by law. Furthermore, some convicted sex offenders may move into Clermont County from other states or from other counties and fail to register with our Office. The information contained in the sex offender database is updated as soon as possible, and every effort is made to assure the accuracy of the information. Anyone having information concerning the whereabouts of a sex offender that conflicts with the information in the sex offender database is requested to call our Office at and report the discrepancy.
On January 1, Senate Bill 10 modified the current sex offender registration requirements. Tier I Sex Offender: An adult or juvenile classified as a Tier I sex offender has been convicted of or found delinquent by reason of a sexually oriented offense; but has not been classified as either a Tier II or Tier III sex offender.
Tier I sex offenders must register, once a year for 15 years, with the Sheriff of the County in which the offender lives, works and attends school. Whenever the registered sex offender changes residence Tier I—juvenile offenders must register for 10 years. Tier II Sex Offender: An adult or juvenile classified as a Tier II sex offender has been convicted of or found delinquent by reason of one or more sexually oriented offense s.
Tier II sex offenders must register, every six months for twenty-five years with the Sheriff of the County in which the offender lives, works and attends school. Whenever the registered sex offender changes residence Tier II- juvenile offenders must register for 20 years. Tier III Sex Offender: An adult or juvenile classified as a Tier III sex offender has been convicted of or found delinquent by reason of a very serious or violent sexually oriented offense and determined likely in the future to commit sexually oriented offense s.
Tier III sex offender must register, every 90 days for life, with the Sheriff of the County in which the offender lives; works and attends school.
Whenever a Tier III registered sex offender notifies the Sheriff of a change of residence, neighbors and other community entities, such as schools, day care centers, etc. Juveniles, unless ordered by the court are not subject to public notification Tier III juvenile offenders—must register for life.
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By then affected families will have been split up for six months. A lot is at stake for the families. One father, whose offense dates to , is a single parent of a 5-year-old autistic child. Another, who has a spouse who works full-time, home-schools his year-old daughter with a learning disability.
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