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  • When Does Registration Occur?

    All registrants must register with a supervising authority or with the designated local law enforcement unit.

    • Tier I Registrants must register in person every 6 months
    • Tier II Registrant must register in person every 6 months
    • Tier III Registrants must register in person every 3 months

    All registrants must initially register with a supervising authority or with the designated local law enforcement unit within:

    • 3 days of release to community supervision from the court
    • Prior to release from a correctional facility
    • 3 days of ending permanent residency in Maryland

    All Maryland Registrants must update their registration statements within:

    • 3 days of changing residences
    • 3 days of changing employment
    • 3 days of changing any information on the registration statement

    Non-Residents must initially register with a supervising authority or with the designated local law enforcement unit within:

    • 3 days of beginning employment in Maryland
    • 3 days of registering as a student in a Maryland school
    • 3 days of entering the State as a transient individual
    • Within 3 days of beginning permanent residency in Maryland
    • Within 3 days of ending permanent residency in Maryland
    Created on 29/06/2012 in Sex Offender Questions