For effective date, see note. For purposes of this Code section, the term shall not mean a post office box. A defendant who is discharged without adjudication of guilt and who is not considered to have a criminal conviction pursuant to Article 3 of Chapter 8 of this title, relating to first offenders, shall be subject to the registration requirements of this Code section for the period of time prior to the defendant's discharge after completion of his or her sentence or upon the defendant being adjudicated guilty. Unless otherwise required by federal law, a defendant who is discharged without adjudication of guilt and who is not considered to have a criminal conviction pursuant to Article 3 of Chapter 8 of this title, relating to first offenders, shall not be subject to the registration requirements of this Code section upon the defendant's discharge.
State Sexual Offender Registry | Georgia Bureau of Investigation
The Office of Sheriff is mandated by law to register sex offenders. The Basic Training is for newly assigned personnel who have not received formal training. The annual training conference provides ongoing support and information on advanced topics relevant to the sex offender registry. As with all training sessions, current guidelines and other pertinent information are distributed to class attendees. The Sex Offender Registry serves as a tool to warn the public and provide a means for law enforcement to track and monitor convicted sex offenders in the community. Registration includes the tracking, monitoring, enforcement, and prosecution of registered sex offenders in Georgia. If you are responsible for registering and tracking sex offenders in your county and do not receive information at least once a quarter, or if you have questions related to the enforcement of the sex offender registry law, contact the representative in your region or any member of the SORTF.
In accordance with O. This registry holds information pertaining to sex offenders who have been released from prison, placed on probation, parole, or supervised release after July 1, According to the provisions of O.