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In addition, the parents/guardians of juvenile offenders must accompany the juvenile offender when he/she registers or notifies the Sheriff of address changes; and must sign an acknowledgment of the parent/guardian’s legal obligation not to interfere with the juvenile offender’s registration/notification obligation.

If a sex offender is required under the law of another state to register, that same obligation is imposed on the offender when he/she moves into Ohio.

Tier I sex offenders must register, once a year for 15 years, with the Sheriff of the County in which the offender lives, works and attends school.

Also, whenever the registered sex offender changes residence.

Since January 2002, similar kinds of registration/notification requirements imposed on adult sex offenders apply to juvenile sex offenders [that is, juveniles found delinquent in connection with sexually oriented offenses].

The legislation also made it a criminal offense for a registered sex offender to move to another state and knowingly fail to notify the FBI and authorities in the new state.Ohio law requires that the offender’s classification and registration requirements in the other state mirror those in Ohio.An adult or juvenile classified as a Tier I sex offender has been convicted of [adult] or found delinquent by reason of [juvenile] a sexually oriented offense; but has not been classified as either a Tier II or Tier III sex offender.An adult or juvenile classified as a Tier II sex offender has been convicted of [adult] or found delinquent by reason of [juvenile] one or more sexually oriented offense[s].Tier II sex offenders must register, every six months for twenty-five years with the Sheriff of the County in which the offender lives, works and attends school.

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