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SENATE BILL 341 AMENDS NRS 179D

 

1.       This bill requires the community notification website to post residential information on all Tier 2 level offenders in addition to all Tier 3 level sex offenders and offenders convicted of crime against a child.

 

2.       It also requires that a sex offender must be assigned a Tier 3 level of community notification if the sex offender has been:

 

§          Declared to be a sexually  violent predator;

 

§          Convicted of three or more sexually violent offenses and at least two of the offenses were brought and tried separately;

 

§          Convicted of two sexually violent offenses and one or more non-sexually violent offenses, and at least two of the offenses were brought and tried separately;

 

§          Convicted of one sexually violent offense and two or more non-sexually violent offenses, and at east two of the offenses were brought and tried separately;

 

§          Convicted of two sexually violent offenses, and both offenses were brought and tried separately, and the sex offender has been arrested on three or more separate occasions for commission of a sexually violent offense, a non-sexually violent offense of an associated offense; or

§          Convicted of one sexually violent offense and one non-sexually violent offense, and both offenses were brought and tried separately, and the sex offender has been arrested on three or more separate occasions for commission of a sexually violent offense, a non-sexually violent offense of an associated offense.

§          All other requirements of NRS 179D remain in effect.

 

The Department of Motor Vehicles shall not issue a drivers license, commercial drivers license or identification card to a sex offender or an offender convicted of a crime against a child, if the offender is not in compliance with registration requirements as defined in NRS179D. A drivers license, commercial drivers license or identification card issued to an offender expires on the first anniversary date of the offender’s birthday.

The Gaming Control Board shall not issue a gaming registration card to a sex offender or an offender convicted of a crime against a child who is not in compliance with registration requirements as defined in NRS 179D.

 

 
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