2010 Nevada Code
TITLE 14 PROCEDURE IN CRIMINAL CASES
Chapter 179D Registration of Sex Offenders and Offenders Convicted of a Crime Against a Child
NRS 179D.150 Contents.

NRS 179D.150 Contents. A record of registration must include, if the information is available:

1. Information identifying the offender or sex offender, including, but not limited to:

(a) The name of the offender or sex offender and all aliases that the offender or sex offender has used or under which he or she has been known;

(b) A complete physical description of the offender or sex offender, a current photograph of the offender or sex offender and the fingerprints and palm prints of the offender or sex offender;

(c) The date of birth and the social security number of the offender or sex offender;

(d) The identification number from a driver's license or an identification card issued to the offender or sex offender by this State or any other jurisdiction and a photocopy of such driver's license or identification card;

(e) A report of the analysis of the genetic markers of the specimen obtained from the offender or sex offender pursuant to NRS 176.0913; and

(f) Any other information that identifies the offender or sex offender.

2. Information concerning the residence of the offender or sex offender, including, but not limited to:

(a) The address at which the offender or sex offender resides;

(b) The length of time the offender or sex offender has resided at that address and the length of time the offender or sex offender expects to reside at that address;

(c) The address or location of any other place where the offender or sex offender expects to reside in the future and the length of time the offender or sex offender expects to reside there; and

(d) The length of time the offender or sex offender expects to remain in the county where the offender or sex offender resides and in this State.

3. Information concerning the offender's or sex offender's occupations, employment or work or expected occupations, employment or work, including, but not limited to, the name, address and type of business of all current and expected future employers of the offender or sex offender.

4. Information concerning the offender's or sex offender's volunteer service or expected volunteer service in connection with any activity or organization within this State, including, but not limited to, the name, address and type of each such activity or organization.

5. Information concerning the offender's or sex offender's enrollment or expected enrollment as a student in any public or private educational institution or school within this State, including, but not limited to, the name, address and type of each such educational institution or school.

6. Information concerning whether:

(a) The offender or sex offender is, expects to be or becomes enrolled as a student at an institution of higher education or changes the date of commencement or termination of the offender or sex offender's enrollment at an institution of higher education; or

(b) The offender or sex offender is, expects to be or becomes a worker at an institution of higher education or changes the date of commencement or termination of the offender or sex offender's work at an institution of higher education,

including, but not limited to, the name, address and type of each such institution of higher education.

7. The license plate number and a description of all motor vehicles registered to or frequently driven by the offender or sex offender.

8. The level of registration and community notification of the offender or sex offender.

9. The criminal history of the offender or sex offender, including, without limitation:

(a) The dates of all arrests and convictions of the offender or sex offender;

(b) The status of parole, probation or supervised release of the offender or sex offender;

(c) The status of the registration of the offender or sex offender; and

(d) The existence of any outstanding arrest warrants for the offender or sex offender.

10. The following information for each offense for which the offender or sex offender has been convicted:

(a) The court in which the offender or sex offender was convicted;

(b) The text of the provision of law defining each offense;

(c) The name under which the offender or sex offender was convicted;

(d) The name and location of each penal institution, school, hospital, mental facility or other institution to which the offender or sex offender was committed;

(e) The specific location where the offense was committed;

(f) The age, the gender, the race and a general physical description of the victim; and

(g) The method of operation that was used to commit the offense, including, but not limited to:

(1) Specific sexual acts committed against the victim;

(2) The method of obtaining access to the victim, such as the use of enticements, threats, forced entry or violence against the victim;

(3) The type of injuries inflicted on the victim;

(4) The types of instruments, weapons or objects used;

(5) The type of property taken; and

(6) Any other distinctive characteristic of the behavior or personality of the offender or sex offender.

11. Any other information required by federal law.

(Added to NRS by 1997, 1648; A 1999, 1292; 2003, 568; 2007, 2763)



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