Status Summary

First reading, referred to Human Services & Early Learning on 1.22.2020. Public hearing scheduled in the House Committee on Human Services & Early Learning on 2.4.2020 at 1:30 p.m. Executive session scheduled, but no action taken, in the House Committee on Human Services & Early Learning on 2.5.2020. Executive action taken in the House Committee on Human Services & Early Learning on 2.7.2020; 1st substitute bill passed and referred to Rules 2 Review. (updated 2.21.2020)

Legislative Session

2020

Status

In Progress

Sponsor

Rep. Frame

Special sexual offender disposition qualifications are expanded to include more provisions for juvenile sex offenders. 

The court may suspend the juvenile's requirement to register as a sex offender under the following circumstances:

  • The juvenile is not charged with a violent offense

  • The juvenile is at a low risk to reoffend 

  • The interests of the juvenile and the community weigh in favor of suspending the requirement to register as a sex offender.

If this suspension is revoked, the court shall order the juveinile to register as a sex offender. 

  • If the juvenile has registered as a sex offender, the court may terminate the registration if the court finds that thee juvenile has met all the statutory requirements and completed all the terms of supervision as outlined. 

Companion Bill