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In accordance with Section 77-21-21.5(14) an offender shall register for an additional year for every year in which the offender does not comply with the registration requirements of this section.

Offenders shall register for the duration of their sentence and for the additional required time under Subsection 77-27-21.5(12)(a) through (d), or in the frequency and duration of the conviction jurisdiction if longer or more frequent, and shall report: Within THREE (3) WORKING DAYS of ANY change in habitation Within THREE (3) WORKING DAYS of ANY change in place of employment Offenders are required to register twice a year, both during the month of the offender’s birth and six months after the offenders’ birth month.

Offenders not convicted by the State of Utah must register according to the most frequent and longer registration period.

The out-of-state agency where the offender is living, whether or not the offender is a resident of that state.

The out-of-state agency where the offender is subject to registration under that state’s laws for the time period the offender will be in that state.

Are a nonresident regularly employed, working or a student in this state and was convicted of one or more offenses listed in Subsection (1)(g) or (n), or any substantially equivalent offense in any jurisdiction, or as a result of conviction is required to register in the offender’s jurisdiction of residence.

Have been convicted of, or found not guilty by reason of insanity in this state or in any other jurisdiction, of one or more offenses listed in Subsection (1)(g) or (n).

This change makes convictions from those countries registerable (similar to convictions from another state).

Offenders with a current registration requirement or a "substantially similar" conviction from one of those countries now must also register in Utah.

(1) As used in this section: (a) "Protected area" means the premises occupied by: (i) any licensed day care or preschool facility; (ii) a swimming pool that is open to the public; (iii) a public or private primary or secondary school that is not on the grounds of a correctional facility; (iv) a community park that is open to the public; and (v) a playground that is open to the public, including those areas designed to provide children space, recreational equipment, or other amenities intended to allow children to engage in physical activity.

(b) (i) Except under Subsection (1)(b)(ii), "protected area" also includes any area that is 1,000 feet or less from the residence of a victim of the sex offender's offense under Subsection (1)(c) if: (A) the sex offender is on probation or parole for an offense under Subsection (1)(c); (B) the victim or the victim's parent or guardian has advised the Department of Corrections that the victim desires that the sex offender be restricted from the area under this Subsection (1)(b)(i) and authorizes the Department of Corrections to advise the sex offender of the area where the victim resides for purposes of this Subsection (1)(b); and (C) the Department of Corrections has notified the sex offender in writing that the sex offender is prohibited from being in the protected area under Subsection (1)(b)(i) and has also provided a description of the location of the protected area to the sex offender.

In accordance with Section 77-27-21.5(16), An offender who knowingly fails to register under this section is guilty of: A Third Degree Felony, if the offender is: Required to register based on a felony conviction; or adjudicated delinquent for what would be a felony conviction if juvenile were an adult.