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If the information is not complete or not accurate, the person shall make any necessary additions or corrections before signing the form.(g) A person who is required to register or verify registration under this chapter shall ensure that the person's registration form is complete and accurate with respect to each item of information required by the form in accordance with Subsection (c).(h) If a person subject to registration under this chapter does not move to an intended residence by the end of the seventh day after the date on which the person is released or the date on which the person leaves a previous residence, the person shall:(1) report to the juvenile probation officer, community supervision and corrections department officer, or parole officer supervising the person by not later than the seventh day after the date on which the person is released or the date on which the person leaves a previous residence, as applicable, and provide the officer with the address of the person's temporary residence; and(2) continue to report to the person's supervising officer not less than weekly during any period of time in which the person has not moved to an intended residence and provide the officer with the address of the person's temporary residence.(i) If the other state has a registration requirement for sex offenders, a person who has a reportable conviction or adjudication, who resides in this state, and who is employed, carries on a vocation, or is a student in another state shall, not later than the 10th day after the date on which the person begins to work or attend school in the other state, register with the law enforcement authority that is identified by the department as the authority designated by that state to receive registration information. If the information in the registration form is complete and accurate, the person shall verify registration by signing the form. RISK ASSESSMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE; SEX OFFENDER SCREENING TOOL. The following persons are immune from liability for good faith conduct under this chapter:(1) an employee or officer of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, the Department of Public Safety, the Board of Pardons and Paroles, or a local law enforcement authority;(2) an employee or officer of a community supervision and corrections department or a juvenile probation department;(3) a member of the judiciary; and(4) a member of the risk assessment review committee established under Article 62.007. DETERMINATION REGARDING SUBSTANTIALLY SIMILAR ELEMENTS OF OFFENSE. DETERMINATION REGARDING PRIMARY REGISTRATION AUTHORITY. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (a-1), for each person subject to registration under this chapter, the department shall determine which local law enforcement authority serves as the person's primary registration authority based on the municipality or county in which the person resides or, as provided by Article 62.152, the municipality or county in which the person works or attends school.(a-1) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, if a person resides or, as described by Article 62.152, works or attends school in a county with a centralized registration authority, the centralized registration authority serves as the person's primary registration authority under this chapter, regardless of whether the person resides, works, or attends school, as applicable, in any municipality located in that county.(b) The department shall notify each person subject to registration under this chapter of the person's primary registration authority in a timely manner. (a) Before a person who will be subject to registration under this chapter is due to be released from a penal institution, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice or the Texas Juvenile Justice Department shall determine the person's level of risk to the community using the sex offender screening tool developed or selected under Article 62.007 and assign to the person a numeric risk level of one, two, or three. On receipt of a notice under this subsection, the superintendent shall release the information contained in the notice to appropriate school district personnel, including peace officers and security personnel, principals, nurses, and counselors.(f) The local law enforcement authority shall include in the notice to the superintendent of the public school district and to the administrator of any private primary or secondary school located in the public school district any information the authority determines is necessary to protect the public, except:(1) the person's social security number or driver's license number, or any home, work, or cellular telephone number of the person; and(2) any information that would identify the victim of the offense for which the person is subject to registration.(g) Before a person who will be subject to registration under this chapter is due to be released from a penal institution in this state, an official of the penal institution shall inform the person that:(1) if the person intends to reside in another state and to work or attend school in this state, the person must, not later than the later of the seventh day after the date on which the person begins to work or attend school or the first date the applicable local law enforcement authority by policy allows the person to register or verify registration, register or verify registration with the local law enforcement authority in the municipality or county in which the person intends to work or attend school;(2) if the person intends to reside in this state and to work or attend school in another state and if the other state has a registration requirement for sex offenders, the person must:(A) not later than the 10th day after the date on which the person begins to work or attend school in the other state, register with the law enforcement authority that is identified by the department as the authority designated by that state to receive registration information; and(B) if the person intends to be employed, carry on a vocation, or be a student at a public or private institution of higher education in the other state and if an authority for campus security exists at the institution, register with that authority not later than the 10th day after the date on which the person begins to work or attend school; and(3) regardless of the state in which the person intends to reside, if the person intends to be employed, carry on a vocation, or be a student at a public or private institution of higher education in this state, the person must:(A) not later than the later of the seventh day after the date on which the person begins to work or attend school or the first date the applicable authority by policy allows the person to register, register with:(i) the authority for campus security for that institution; or(ii) except as provided by Article 62.153(e), if an authority for campus security for that institution does not exist, the local law enforcement authority of:(a) the municipality in which the institution is located; or(b) the county in which the institution is located, if the institution is not located in a municipality; and(B) not later than the seventh day after the date the person stops working or attending school, notify the appropriate authority for campus security or local law enforcement authority of the termination of the person's status as a worker or student.

In any other case in which the court pronounces a sentence under this subsection, the court shall designate another appropriate individual to obtain the person's numeric risk level from the court and conduct the prerelease notification and registration requirements specified in this article.(d) If a person who has a reportable conviction described by Article 62.001(5)(H) or (I) is placed under the supervision of the parole division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice or a community supervision and corrections department under Section 510.017, Government Code, the division or community supervision and corrections department shall conduct the prerelease notification and registration requirements specified in this article on the date the person is placed under the supervision of the division or community supervision and corrections department. The department shall consult with the attorney general, other appropriate state agencies, and other appropriate entities in adopting rules under this subsection.(c) A commercial social networking site or the site's agent:(1) may use information received under Subsection (a) only to:(A) prescreen persons seeking to use the site; or(B) preclude persons registered under this chapter from using the site; and(2) may not use any information received under Subsection (a) that the networking site obtained solely under Subsection (a) in any manner not described by Subdivision (1).(d) A commercial social networking site that uses information received under Subsection (a) in any manner not described by Subsection (c)(1) or that violates a rule adopted by the department under Subsection (b) is subject to a civil penalty of

In any other case in which the court pronounces a sentence under this subsection, the court shall designate another appropriate individual to obtain the person's numeric risk level from the court and conduct the prerelease notification and registration requirements specified in this article.(d) If a person who has a reportable conviction described by Article 62.001(5)(H) or (I) is placed under the supervision of the parole division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice or a community supervision and corrections department under Section 510.017, Government Code, the division or community supervision and corrections department shall conduct the prerelease notification and registration requirements specified in this article on the date the person is placed under the supervision of the division or community supervision and corrections department.

The department shall consult with the attorney general, other appropriate state agencies, and other appropriate entities in adopting rules under this subsection.(c) A commercial social networking site or the site's agent:(1) may use information received under Subsection (a) only to:(A) prescreen persons seeking to use the site; or(B) preclude persons registered under this chapter from using the site; and(2) may not use any information received under Subsection (a) that the networking site obtained solely under Subsection (a) in any manner not described by Subdivision (1).(d) A commercial social networking site that uses information received under Subsection (a) in any manner not described by Subsection (c)(1) or that violates a rule adopted by the department under Subsection (b) is subject to a civil penalty of $1,000 for each misuse of information or rule violation.

(a) On request by a commercial social networking site, the department may provide to the commercial social networking site:(1) all public information that is contained in the database maintained under Article 62.005; and(2) notwithstanding Article 62.005(b)(2), any online identifier established or used by a person who uses the site, is seeking to use the site, or is precluded from using the site.(b) The department by rule shall establish a procedure through which a commercial social networking site may request information under Subsection (a), including rules regarding the eligibility of commercial social networking sites to request information under Subsection (a).

The authority shall require the person to produce proof of the person's identity and residence before the authority gives the registration form to the person for verification.

REGISTRATION AND VERIFICATIONREQUIREMENTS; RELATED NOTICEArt. The person shall satisfy the requirements of this subsection not later than the later of:(1) the seventh day after the person's arrival in the municipality or county; or(2) the first date the local law enforcement authority of the municipality or county by policy allows the person to register or verify registration, as applicable.(b) The department shall provide the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, and each local law enforcement authority, authority for campus security, county jail, and court with a form for registering persons required by this chapter to register.(c) The registration form shall require:(1) the person's full name, date of birth, sex, race, height, weight, eye color, hair color, social security number, driver's license number, and shoe size;(1-a) the address at which the person resides or intends to reside or, if the person does not reside or intend to reside at a physical address, a detailed description of each geographical location at which the person resides or intends to reside;(1-b) each alias used by the person and any home, work, or cellular telephone number of the person;(2) a recent color photograph or, if possible, an electronic digital image of the person and a complete set of the person's fingerprints;(3) the type of offense the person was convicted of, the age of the victim, the date of conviction, and the punishment received;(4) an indication as to whether the person is discharged, paroled, or released on juvenile probation, community supervision, or mandatory supervision;(5) an indication of each license, as defined by Article 62.005(g), that is held or sought by the person;(6) an indication as to whether the person is or will be employed, carrying on a vocation, or a student at a particular public or private institution of higher education in this state or another state, and the name and address of that institution;(7) the identification of any online identifier established or used by the person;(8) the vehicle registration information, including the make, model, vehicle identification number, color, and license plate number, of any vehicle owned by the person, if the person has a reportable conviction or adjudication for an offense under:(A) Section 20A.02(a)(3), (4), (7), or (8), Penal Code; or(B) Section 20A.03, Penal Code, if based partly or wholly on conduct that constitutes an offense under Section 20A.02(a)(3), (4), (7), or (8) of that code; and(9) any other information required by the department.(d) The registration form must contain a statement and description of any registration duties the person has or may have under this chapter.(e) Not later than the third day after a person's registering, the local law enforcement authority with whom the person registered shall send a copy of the registration form to the department and, if the person resides on the campus of a public or private institution of higher education, to any authority for campus security for that institution.(f) Not later than the seventh day after the date on which the person is released, a person for whom registration is completed under this chapter shall report to the applicable local law enforcement authority to verify the information in the registration form received by the authority under this chapter.

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In any other case in which the court pronounces a sentence under this subsection, the court shall designate another appropriate individual to obtain the person's numeric risk level from the court and conduct the prerelease notification and registration requirements specified in this article.(d) If a person who has a reportable conviction described by Article 62.001(5)(H) or (I) is placed under the supervision of the parole division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice or a community supervision and corrections department under Section 510.017, Government Code, the division or community supervision and corrections department shall conduct the prerelease notification and registration requirements specified in this article on the date the person is placed under the supervision of the division or community supervision and corrections department. The department shall consult with the attorney general, other appropriate state agencies, and other appropriate entities in adopting rules under this subsection.(c) A commercial social networking site or the site's agent:(1) may use information received under Subsection (a) only to:(A) prescreen persons seeking to use the site; or(B) preclude persons registered under this chapter from using the site; and(2) may not use any information received under Subsection (a) that the networking site obtained solely under Subsection (a) in any manner not described by Subdivision (1).(d) A commercial social networking site that uses information received under Subsection (a) in any manner not described by Subsection (c)(1) or that violates a rule adopted by the department under Subsection (b) is subject to a civil penalty of $1,000 for each misuse of information or rule violation. (a) On request by a commercial social networking site, the department may provide to the commercial social networking site:(1) all public information that is contained in the database maintained under Article 62.005; and(2) notwithstanding Article 62.005(b)(2), any online identifier established or used by a person who uses the site, is seeking to use the site, or is precluded from using the site.(b) The department by rule shall establish a procedure through which a commercial social networking site may request information under Subsection (a), including rules regarding the eligibility of commercial social networking sites to request information under Subsection (a). The authority shall require the person to produce proof of the person's identity and residence before the authority gives the registration form to the person for verification. REGISTRATION AND VERIFICATIONREQUIREMENTS; RELATED NOTICEArt. The person shall satisfy the requirements of this subsection not later than the later of:(1) the seventh day after the person's arrival in the municipality or county; or(2) the first date the local law enforcement authority of the municipality or county by policy allows the person to register or verify registration, as applicable.(b) The department shall provide the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, and each local law enforcement authority, authority for campus security, county jail, and court with a form for registering persons required by this chapter to register.(c) The registration form shall require:(1) the person's full name, date of birth, sex, race, height, weight, eye color, hair color, social security number, driver's license number, and shoe size;(1-a) the address at which the person resides or intends to reside or, if the person does not reside or intend to reside at a physical address, a detailed description of each geographical location at which the person resides or intends to reside;(1-b) each alias used by the person and any home, work, or cellular telephone number of the person;(2) a recent color photograph or, if possible, an electronic digital image of the person and a complete set of the person's fingerprints;(3) the type of offense the person was convicted of, the age of the victim, the date of conviction, and the punishment received;(4) an indication as to whether the person is discharged, paroled, or released on juvenile probation, community supervision, or mandatory supervision;(5) an indication of each license, as defined by Article 62.005(g), that is held or sought by the person;(6) an indication as to whether the person is or will be employed, carrying on a vocation, or a student at a particular public or private institution of higher education in this state or another state, and the name and address of that institution;(7) the identification of any online identifier established or used by the person;(8) the vehicle registration information, including the make, model, vehicle identification number, color, and license plate number, of any vehicle owned by the person, if the person has a reportable conviction or adjudication for an offense under:(A) Section 20A.02(a)(3), (4), (7), or (8), Penal Code; or(B) Section 20A.03, Penal Code, if based partly or wholly on conduct that constitutes an offense under Section 20A.02(a)(3), (4), (7), or (8) of that code; and(9) any other information required by the department.(d) The registration form must contain a statement and description of any registration duties the person has or may have under this chapter.(e) Not later than the third day after a person's registering, the local law enforcement authority with whom the person registered shall send a copy of the registration form to the department and, if the person resides on the campus of a public or private institution of higher education, to any authority for campus security for that institution.(f) Not later than the seventh day after the date on which the person is released, a person for whom registration is completed under this chapter shall report to the applicable local law enforcement authority to verify the information in the registration form received by the authority under this chapter.

,000 for each misuse of information or rule violation. (a) On request by a commercial social networking site, the department may provide to the commercial social networking site:(1) all public information that is contained in the database maintained under Article 62.005; and(2) notwithstanding Article 62.005(b)(2), any online identifier established or used by a person who uses the site, is seeking to use the site, or is precluded from using the site.(b) The department by rule shall establish a procedure through which a commercial social networking site may request information under Subsection (a), including rules regarding the eligibility of commercial social networking sites to request information under Subsection (a). The authority shall require the person to produce proof of the person's identity and residence before the authority gives the registration form to the person for verification. REGISTRATION AND VERIFICATIONREQUIREMENTS; RELATED NOTICEArt. The person shall satisfy the requirements of this subsection not later than the later of:(1) the seventh day after the person's arrival in the municipality or county; or(2) the first date the local law enforcement authority of the municipality or county by policy allows the person to register or verify registration, as applicable.(b) The department shall provide the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, and each local law enforcement authority, authority for campus security, county jail, and court with a form for registering persons required by this chapter to register.(c) The registration form shall require:(1) the person's full name, date of birth, sex, race, height, weight, eye color, hair color, social security number, driver's license number, and shoe size;(1-a) the address at which the person resides or intends to reside or, if the person does not reside or intend to reside at a physical address, a detailed description of each geographical location at which the person resides or intends to reside;(1-b) each alias used by the person and any home, work, or cellular telephone number of the person;(2) a recent color photograph or, if possible, an electronic digital image of the person and a complete set of the person's fingerprints;(3) the type of offense the person was convicted of, the age of the victim, the date of conviction, and the punishment received;(4) an indication as to whether the person is discharged, paroled, or released on juvenile probation, community supervision, or mandatory supervision;(5) an indication of each license, as defined by Article 62.005(g), that is held or sought by the person;(6) an indication as to whether the person is or will be employed, carrying on a vocation, or a student at a particular public or private institution of higher education in this state or another state, and the name and address of that institution;(7) the identification of any online identifier established or used by the person;(8) the vehicle registration information, including the make, model, vehicle identification number, color, and license plate number, of any vehicle owned by the person, if the person has a reportable conviction or adjudication for an offense under:(A) Section 20A.02(a)(3), (4), (7), or (8), Penal Code; or(B) Section 20A.03, Penal Code, if based partly or wholly on conduct that constitutes an offense under Section 20A.02(a)(3), (4), (7), or (8) of that code; and(9) any other information required by the department.(d) The registration form must contain a statement and description of any registration duties the person has or may have under this chapter.(e) Not later than the third day after a person's registering, the local law enforcement authority with whom the person registered shall send a copy of the registration form to the department and, if the person resides on the campus of a public or private institution of higher education, to any authority for campus security for that institution.(f) Not later than the seventh day after the date on which the person is released, a person for whom registration is completed under this chapter shall report to the applicable local law enforcement authority to verify the information in the registration form received by the authority under this chapter.

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