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Sexual offenders and violent sexual offenders are required to report in person within 48 hours of changing their address, employment status, or school information between reporting dates. 40-39-202 (20); or has another qualifying conviction as defined by T. If it is determined that the sexual offender has not been convicted of any additional sexual offenses during the ten year period, and the sexual offender has substantially complied with the registration requirements, the TBI shall remove the offender’s name from the Sex Offender Registry and shall notify the offender that he/she is no longer required to register.
A “sexual offender” is any person who has been convicted in this state of committing a sexual offense as defined by T. The TBI is responsible for maintaining the electronic sex offender database and sex offender files.
Under 40-39-203(a)(2), regardless of an offender’s date of conviction or discharge from supervision, an offender whose contact with this state is sufficient to satisfy the requirements of subdivision (a)(1) of T. It could mean that the offender has been terminated from the registry after meeting the criteria for termination as outlined in T. Those sex offenders being released from prison should register with the Tennessee Department of Correction within 48 hours prior to their release from incarceration.