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1. If a sex offender changes the address at which he or she resides, including moving from this State to another jurisdiction, changes the primary address at which he or she is a student or worker or remains in a jurisdiction longer than 30 days after initially reporting a stay of less than 30 days, the sex offender shall, not later than 48 hours after such a change in status, provide notice of the change in status, including, without limitation, the new address, in person, to the local law enforcement agency in whose jurisdiction the sex offender now resides and, in person or in writing, to the local law enforcement agency in whose jurisdiction the sex offender formerly resided and shall provide all other information that is relevant to updating the record of registration, including, but not limited to, any change in the sex offender's name, occupation, employment, work, volunteer service or driver's license and any change in the license number or description of a motor vehicle registered to or frequently driven by the sex offender.
2. Upon receiving a change of address from a sex offender, the local law enforcement agency shall immediately forward the new address and any updated information to the Central Repository and:
(a) If the sex offender has changed an address within this State, the Central Repository shall immediately provide notification concerning the sex offender to the local law enforcement agency in whose jurisdiction the sex offender is now residing or is a student or worker and shall notify the local law enforcement agency in whose jurisdiction the sex offender last resided or was a student or worker; or
(b) If the sex offender has changed an address from this State to another jurisdiction, the Central Repository shall immediately provide notification concerning the sex offender to the appropriate law enforcement agency in the other jurisdiction and shall notify the local law enforcement agency in whose jurisdiction the sex offender last resided or was a student or worker.
3. In addition to any other requirement pursuant to this section and upon notification of the requirements of this subsection, any sex offender who has no fixed residence shall at least every 30 days notify the local law enforcement agency in whose jurisdiction the sex offender resides if there are any changes in the address of any dwelling that is providing the sex offender temporary shelter or any changes in location where the sex offender habitually sleeps. The court may dismiss any criminal charges filed for failure to comply with this subsection if the sex offender immediately updates his or her record of registration.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 14. Procedure in Criminal Cases § 179D.470. Sex offender to notify appropriate agencies of change of address and provide updated information; duties and procedure - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-14-procedure-in-criminal-cases/nv-rev-st-179d-470/
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