HB 11/LM/CI (BR 63) - M. Rader, D. Ford
AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.
Amend KRS 15.280 to require development of sex offender registration statistical data; Create a new section of KRS Chapter 15A to require the Criminal Justice Council to study every two years the sex offender registration and notification system; amend KRS 17.180 to require the placement of automatic fingerprint identification system equipment in every probation and parole office; amend KRS 17.500 to increase the information required to be submitted by sex offender registrants; amend KRS 17.510 to increase the reliability of the verification of sex offender registrant information; create a new section of KRS 17.500 to 17.540 to criminalize aiding and abetting a sex offender registrant; create a new section of KRS Chapter 161 to require school boards to set policies relative to the admissions of contractors who are also sex offender registrants upon school grounds; create a new section of KRS 439.250 to 439.560 to establish authorization for GPS-based electronic monitoring in probation situations; create a new section of KRS 439.250 to 439.560 to establish authorization for GPS-based electronic monitoring in parole situations; create a new section of KRS 439.250 to 439.560 to require the creation of a GPS-based electronic monitoring system for certain persons on probation, parole, or other form of conditional discharge; amend KRS 510.110 to make sexual abuse in the first degree where the offender is an adult and the victim less than 12 years of age a Class A felony; create a new section of KRS Chapter 532 to require sex offenders convicted of a capital offense or a Class A felony to be subject to GPS-based electronic monitoring where the victim of the offense was a minor; amend KRS 532.025 to allow a person's status as a sex offender registrant when the person commits a capital offense to be used as an aggravating factor in sentencing; create three new sections to require the Criminal Justice Council to study the collection and dissemination of sex offender information within the criminal justice system and the community, factors relative to sex offender sentencing, and violations of criminal law committed by persons on probation or parole.
(Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)
Sep 7-To: Interim Joint Committee on Judiciary
Jan 3-introduced in House; to Judiciary (H)