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FY13-JJ03 REVISE THE SEX OFFENDER DEREGISTRATION STATUTE TO ALLOW A PERSON WHO COMMITTED AN OFFENSE WHILE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE TO DEREGISTER AS AN ADULT AFTER SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE TERMS OF THE SENTENCE.
Revise the language of the current section of the sex offender deregistration statute 16-22-113 (1)(e) as follows:
(e) EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN SECTION (1.3)(B)(II), if the person was younger than eighteen years of age at the time of disposition or adjudication, THE COMMISSION OF THE OFFENSE, after the successful completion of and discharge from the A JUVENILE sentence OR DISPOSITION, AND if the person prior to such time has not been subsequently convicted of OR HAS A PENDING PROSECUTION FOR, of unlawful sexual behavior or of any other offense, the underlying factual basis of which involved unlawful sexual behavior and the court did not issue an order either continuing the duty to register or discontinuing the duty to register pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection (1.3) of this section. Any person petitioning pursuant to this paragraph (e) may also petition for an order removing his or her name from the sex offender registry. In determining whether to grant the order, the court shall consider whether the person is likely to commit a subsequent offense of or involving unlawful sexual behavior. The court shall base its determination on recommendations from the person's probation or community parole officer, the person's treatment provider, and the prosecuting attorney for the jurisdiction in which the person was tried and on the recommendations included in the person's presentence investigation report. In addition, the court shall consider any written or oral testimony submitted by the victim of the offense for which the petitioner was required to register. Notwithstanding the provisions of this subsection (1), a juvenile who files a petition pursuant to this section may file the petition with the court to which venue is transferred pursuant to section 19-2-105, C.R.S., if any.
FY12-SO01 SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION FOR THOSE WHO LACK A FIXED RESIDENCE
Clarify and create in statute the registration requirement for and self-verification by sex offenders who "Lack a Fixed Residence."*
*The elements and language of the original recommendations are presented here, but may have been amended or modified in the related bill passed as H.B. 12-1346.
FY12-SO08 TRAINING FOR COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS BOARD MEMBERS
The Office of Community Corrections in the Division of Criminal Justice in collaboration with the SOMB shall work with the CACCB* and the GCCAC** on training for community corrections board members regarding the lifetime supervision act and sex offender supervision.
*Colorado Association of Community Corrections Boards
**Governor's Community Corrections Advisory Council
Recommendation TOPIC: SexOffenders