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.460 Registration with local law enforcement agency within 48 hours; duties of offender or sex offender and procedure; local law enforcement agency to inform offender or sex offender of duties after registration; duties of local law enforcement agency when notified of certain information about offender or sex offender who enrolls in or works at institution of higher education.

NRS 179D.460 Registration with local law enforcement agency within 48 hours; duties of offender or sex offender and procedure; local law enforcement agency to inform offender or sex offender of duties after registration; duties of local law enforcement agency when notified of certain information about offender or sex offender who enrolls in or works at institution of higher education.

1. In addition to any other registration that is required pursuant to NRS 179D.450, each offender or sex offender who, after July 1, 1956, is or has been convicted of a crime against a child or a sexual offense shall register with a local law enforcement agency pursuant to the provisions of this section.

2. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, if the offender or sex offender resides or is present for 48 hours or more within:

(a) A county; or

(b) An incorporated city that does not have a city police department,

the offender or sex offender shall be deemed a resident offender or sex offender and shall register with the sheriff's office of the county or, if the county or the city is within the jurisdiction of a metropolitan police department, the metropolitan police department, not later than 48 hours after arriving or establishing a residence within the county or the city.

3. If the offender or sex offender resides or is present for 48 hours or more within an incorporated city that has a city police department, the offender or sex offender shall be deemed a resident offender or sex offender and shall register with the city police department not later than 48 hours after arriving or establishing a residence within the city.

4. If the offender or sex offender is a nonresident offender or sex offender who is a student or worker within this State, the offender or sex offender shall register with the appropriate sheriff's office, metropolitan police department or city police department in whose jurisdiction the offender or sex offender is a student or worker not later than 48 hours after becoming a student or worker within this State.

5. A resident or nonresident offender or sex offender shall immediately notify the appropriate local law enforcement agency if:

(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.

The offender or sex offender shall provide the name, address and type of each such institution of higher education.

6. To register with a local law enforcement agency pursuant to this section, the offender or sex offender shall:

(a) Appear personally at the office of the appropriate local law enforcement agency;

(b) Provide all information that is requested by the local law enforcement agency, including, but not limited to, fingerprints and a photograph; and

(c) Sign and date the record of registration or some other proof of registration of the local law enforcement agency in the presence of an officer of the local law enforcement agency.

7. When an offender or sex offender registers, the local law enforcement agency shall:

(a) Inform the offender or sex offender of the duty to notify the local law enforcement agency if the offender or sex offender changes the address at which the offender or sex offender resides, including if the offender or sex offender moves from this State to another jurisdiction, or changes the primary address at which the offender or sex offender is a student or worker; and

(b) Inform the offender or sex offender of the duty to register with the local law enforcement agency in whose jurisdiction the sex offender relocates.

8. After the offender or sex offender registers with the local law enforcement agency, the local law enforcement agency shall forward to the Central Repository the information collected, including the fingerprints and a photograph of the offender or sex offender.

9. If the Central Repository has not previously established a record of registration for an offender or sex offender described in subsection 8, the Central Repository shall:

(a) Establish a record of registration for the offender or sex offender;

(b) Provide notification concerning the offender or sex offender to the appropriate local law enforcement agencies; and

(c) Provide community notification concerning the offender or sex offender pursuant to the provisions of NRS 179D.475.

10. When an offender or sex offender notifies a local law enforcement agency that:

(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,

and provides the name, address and type of each such institution of higher education, the local law enforcement agency shall immediately provide that information to the Central Repository and to the appropriate campus police department.

(Added to NRS by 1997, 1657; A 1999, 1302; 2001, 2059; 2003, 575; 2007, 2767, 3253)



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