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News Browse the latest news from around the department. On January 1, 2008 Ohio’s Sex Offender Registration laws changed. One of the provisions requires all states to change their laws to match the AWA to provide consistency across the country. Ohio is one of the first states to enact legislation that brings our sex offender registration laws into compliance. The classifications of offenders have changed under the AWA to Tier I Offenders, Tier II Offenders and Tier III Offenders in place of the previous classification under Megan’s law of Sexual Offenders, Habitual Offenders and Sexual Predators. A person who has been convicted of one of the offenses listed under the Tier I chart.

These registrants are required to verify their address annually for a period of 15 years. A person who has been convicted of one of the offenses listed under the Tier II chart. These registrants are required to verify their address every 180 days for a period of 25 years. A person who has been convicted of one of the offenses listed under the Tier III chart. These registrants are required to verify their address every 90 days for life.

These offenders are subject to community notification within the geographical notification area as defined by law. The classification of any sex offender who has filed an injunction protesting his or her new classification under the Adam Walsh Act. Any occupant of each residential unit within 1000 feet of the offender’s place of residence that is located within the county served by the Sheriff. 1000 feet of the offender’s place of residence. Must register with the Sheriff within 3 days of arrival in the county of residence, attends school in or is employed in for three or more consecutive days or 14 days total in a calendar year. Must give at least a 20 day notice prior to a change of address.

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