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There are four types of offenders: Sexually Violent Predators (defined in IC 35-38-1-7.5) Offenders Against Children (defined in IC 35-42-4-11) Sex Offenders (defined in IC 11-8-8-4.5) Violent Offenders (defined in IC 11-8-8-5 persons convicted of Murder or Voluntary Manslaughter) There are two registration periods; 10 year and lifetime. Other offenders convicted of a sex offense against a victim who was under the age of 12, or offenders who were convicted of using force or the threat of force must register for life if the offense was committed after July 1, 2001.Offenders convicted in another jurisdiction must register for the period required by the other jurisdiction, or the 10 year or lifetime period required under Indiana law, Offenders not described above must register for 10 years.Upon request of the local law enforcement authority of the visited county, you shall provide the local law enforcement authority with any additional information that will assist the local law enforcement authority in determining your whereabouts during your stay in the county. You were convicted of: (a) A sex or violent offense committed when you were 18 years of age or older against a victim who was less than 12 years old at the time of the crime; or (b) A sex or violent offense in which you: (1) Proximately caused serious bodily injury or death to the victim; or (2) Used force or the threat of force against the victim or a member of the victim’s family unless the offense is Sexual Battery as a class D Felony; or (3) Rendered the victim unconscious or otherwise incapable of giving voluntary consent. You are found to be a Sexually Violent Predator under I. If you visit, live, work, volunteer, own real estate, or attend school in any other state, it is your responsibility to obey BOTH the federal law and the laws of that state.(See IC 11-8-8-18) (1) on school property; (2) at a youth program center; or (3) at a public park. You commit a felony if you knowingly or intentionally: (1) fail to register; (2) fail to register in every location where you are required to register; (3) make a material misstatement or omission while registering as a sex or violent offender; or (4) fail to register in person as required under 11-8-8; or (5) do not reside at your registered address; It is not a defense to a prosecution under this section that you were unable to pay the sex or violent offender registration fee or the sex or violent offender address change fee described under IC 36-2-13-5.6.
Please refer to Indiana Code 11-8-8 for the complete text of the law.OVERVIEW OF ZACHARY’S LAW Zachary’s Law was passed in 1994 in honor of Zachary Snider, a 10 year old Cloverdale, Indiana boy who was molested and murdered by a neighbor who had been previously convicted of child molesting.Under Zachary’s Law, convicted sex offenders are required to register with the local law enforcement authority of their county of residence.AS A CONVICTED SEX OR VIOLENT OFFENDER YOU ARE REQUIRED TO DO THE FOLLOWING: (1) That you will be absent from your principal residence for more than seventy-two (72) hours.(2) The location where you will be located during the absence from your principal residence.