No sign up or registration sex
Disabled Persons Disabled or incapacitated persons may be eligible to be removed from the registry under the following circumstances.
The registrant must have completed all prison, parole, supervised release and probation for the offense which required registration and: (a) is confined to a hospice facility, skilled nursing home, residential care facility for the elderly or nursing home; (b) is totally and permanently disabled; or (c) is otherwise seriously physically incapacitated due to illness or injury.
If the offense conduct occurred prior to June 4, 2003, the employment and residence restrictions will not apply to the registrant. The place of employment cannot be employed by any child care facility, schoo or church or by or at any business or entity located within 1000 feet of a child care facility, school, or church.
If the offense conduct occurred after June 30, 2008, then there are restrictions on place of residence and employment.
The victim was not physically restrained during the commission of the offense.
Registrants are no longer required to provide their email addresses, usernames and user passwords to law enforcement as part of the registration process.
The clear purpose of the law seems to be to reduce the number of registrants to those who likely pose some risk to the community. If the offense conduct occurred after June 30, 2006 and on or before June 30, 2008, the registrant has restrictions on place of residence and place of employment.
Employment and Residence Restrictions Were Reduced The restrictions that apply to a person is now based on the restrictions which were in place in the law at the time of the offense conduct. The residence cannot be within 1000 feet of any child care facility, church, school, public park, private park, recreation facility, playground, skating rink, neighborhood center, gymnasium, school bus stop, or public or community swimming pool.
On May 20, 2010, Governor Perdue signed into law House Bill 571.
It made important changes to Georgia’s sex offender registry laws.