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A new law that was ed into effect by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue May 21 could make things a little easier for some registered sex offenders, specifically those whose crimes are now considered a misdemeanor. House Bill updates and changes certain provisions of the law that relate to the classification of sex offenders changing, among other things, the living and working requirements for offenders.

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It could also, depending on the conviction date, drop all restrictions placed on sex offenders, including where they live and work. It would also allow for those convicted of a misdemeanor not to be added to the sex offender registry. Under the new law, restrictions would be somewhat tailored to the offender. When it comes to employment or residence restrictions, laws would differ depending on the date of the original offense.

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If the offense occurred on or after July 1,an offender cannot live within 1,feet of care facility, church, school, public or private park, recreation facility, playground, skating rink, neighborhood center, gymnasium, school bus stop, public library or public or community swimming pool — anywhere children can, or could, congregate. Offenders also cannot be employed by or volunteer at any childcare facility, school or church, or at a business or entity that is located within 1,feet of those organizations.

However, if the offense occurred between July 1,and June 30,offenders are now permitted to live or work within 1,feet of a public library; however, the rest of the rules would still apply. Exceptions to that rule exist. The same holds true with employment.

If an offender has been employed prior to July 1,and a business such as a daycare is established after that date, the offender would not be in violation. A big issue under prior law was the definition of a bus stop. Many children are picked up at their driveways by the school bus, making it nearly impossible for an offender to know where every bus stop was located.

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Ammons, who is on the sex offender registry task force, urged residents to err on the side of caution when it came to their children, saying that if parents or guardians felt uncomfortable about the behavior of someone around children, they should contact the NCSO.

And although residents can look up sex offenders locally and see where they live in proximity to their homes, he advised against vigilantism of any kind against a person, even if he or she is a convicted sex offender. Those who are defined as low risk included incapacitated or disabled persons who are confined to a hospice facility or the like. The new law would allow for each offender to be evaluated in terms of individual risk to the public.

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In the past, the only distinction was between sex predators — serial rapists and child molesters — with all other offenders lumped together. The state categorizes offenders on three levels, depending on how likely they are to offend again. Level one is the lowest risk, two it intermediate and level three is high.

If the petition is denied then, the offender must wait at least two years to petition the court again. Volunteering at Church. The sex offender law from made it illegal for offenders to volunteer at a church; however, the law did not define "volunteer. The definition includes a specification, that the offender must not supervise "teaching, directing, or otherwise participating" with minors not supervised by an adult who is not an offender.

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The sex offender law made it illegal and punishable by years in prison, for a person on the registry to be homeless. The new law changes those requirements, allowing for a person to be homeless, but according to Ammons, the person must be very specific about where they spend their nights.

If, for example, the offender sleeps under the railroad trestle on Elm Street, they must specify that, and a law enforcement official must be able to find the offender there. The offender must also inform the NCSO of any change in sleeping arrangements within hours of the change.

Newton County has a total of convicted sex offenders. Of those, 28 are incarcerated and four have absconded. Three are female, the rest male. Their crimes range from statutory rape 35 convicted to incest three convicted. There are also 14 various aggravated crimes, including sodomy and child molestation, 22 convicted of sexual battery, five of rape and 71 of child molestation.

There are five people scheduled for pre-trial hearings regarding charges of sex crimes in two weeks and many more cases making their way through the judicial system currently. For questions or concerns, contact Ammons at For those interested in checking on sex offenders in their area, visit www. Volunteering at Church The sex offender law from made it illegal for offenders to volunteer at a church; however, the law did not define "volunteer.

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Homeless Persons The sex offender law made it illegal and punishable by years in prison, for a person on the registry to be homeless.

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