Any person convicted of a violation of § 18.2-472.1, in which such person was included on the Registry for a conviction of a sexually violent offense or murder, shall register with the State Police every 30 days from the date of conviction.
If you would like more details, you may contact the sentencing court.
Adult court records are public information unless sealed by order of the court.
Additionally, Virginia law requires an offender to register in Virginia if he/she has been convicted of a "substantially similar charge" as those requiring registration in Virginia.
Any person or entity may sign up for automated community notification regarding sexual offenders.
If you believe the offender meets the criteria, please provide as much information concerning this person, i.e. Submit the information at the following location: Comments Once we receive this information, research will be conducted and if the person meets the criteria for registration, an investigation will be initiated.
Registration means that the person has notified the State Police, confirmed his current physical and mailing address and provided such other information, including identifying information, which the State Police may require.
Nonresident offenders entering the Commonwealth for an extended visit, for employment, to carry on a vocation, or as a student attending school who are required to register in their state of residence or who would be required to register if a resident of the Commonwealth shall, within three days of entering the Commonwealth for an extended visit, accepting employment or enrolling in school in the Commonwealth, be required to register and reregister in person with the local law-enforcement agency.
Employment and "carry on a vocation" include employment that is full-time or part-time for a period of time exceeding 14 days or for an aggregate period of time exceeding 30 days during any calendar year, whether financially compensated, volunteered, or for the purpose of government or educational benefit.
He is not able to leave the house due to his condition; so therefore, he would not be able to reoffend? I am trying to locate a prisoner that was arrested five years ago that has moved from Merrimac Prison to another prison in Virginia. You can review all the statutes that govern the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry by accessing the Virginia Legislative Information Website at the following link: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act Every person required to register shall register in person within three (3) days of his release from confinement in a state, local or juvenile correctional facility or, if a sentence of confinement is not imposed, within three days of suspension of the sentence or in the case of a juvenile disposition.