Bill Status of HB4433 94th General Assembly
Short Description: CAREER OFFENDER REGISTRATION
Rep. Dan Brady
| 1/9/2007||House||Session Sine Die|
Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
Synopsis As Introduced
Creates the Career Offender Registration Act. Provides that a person convicted of certain felony offenses who is not required to be registered under the Sex Offender Registration Act or under the Arsonist Registration Act must register with the Department of State Police by providing the following information to the Department, or to the sheriff's office in the county in which the career offender establishes or maintains a permanent or temporary residence, within 2 working days after establishing permanent or temporary residence in this State or within 2 working days after being released from the custody, control, or supervision of the Department of Corrections: name, social security number, age, race, gender, date of birth, height, weight, hair and eye color, photograph, address of legal residence and address of any current temporary residence within the State or out-of-state, including a rural route address or a post office box, date and place of any employment, date and place of each conviction, fingerprints, and a brief description of the crime or crimes committed by the career offender. Provides that the Department of State Police shall maintain on-line computer access to the current information regarding each registered career offender. Provides that the Department of State Police must maintain hotline access so that State, local, and federal law enforcement agencies may obtain instantaneous locator file and criminal characteristics information on release and registration of career offenders for purposes of monitoring, tracking, and prosecution. Provides that the Department of State Police's career offender registration list containing that information is a public record. Effective immediately.
|Date||Chamber|| Action|| 1/9/2006||House||Filed with the Clerk by Rep. Dan Brady|| 1/10/2006||House||First Reading|| 1/10/2006||House||Referred to Rules Committee|| 1/9/2007||House||Session Sine Die|