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Sex Offender Registry Statutes
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    The following list contains the specific section of the Code of Virginia and the literal offense for which registration as a Sex Offender is required.
     
    *1. "Sexually Violent Offense" means:
    Charge Section

    Abduction for Immoral Purpose

    18.2-48(ii)(iii)

    Former 18.1-38

    Former 18.1-39 (2)(3)

    Rape

    18.2-61

    Former 18.1-44

    Carnal Knowledge of Minor (Victim ages 13-14) where the perpetrator is more than five years older than the victim

    18.2-63

    Forcible Sodomy

    18.2-67.1

    Object Sexual Penetration

    18-2-67.2

    Aggravated Sexual Battery

    Sexual Contact (Victim under 13)

    18.2-67.3

    Former 18.1-215

    Sexual Battery where the perpetrator is 18 years of age or older and the victim is under the age of 6

    18.2-67.4

    Attempt Rape, Forcible Sodomy Object Sexual Penetration, Aggravated Sexual Battery

    18.2.67.5 (A) (B)

    Taking Indecent Liberties with Minor

    18.2-370

    Former 18.1-213 (1)(2)(4)

    Former 18.1-214

    Taking Indecent Liberties with Minor by Person in Custodial or Supervisory Relationship

    18.2-370.1

    Production, Distribution, Financing, etc. of Child Pornography

    18.2-374.1

    OR

    Any Person Convicted under Chapter 117 (18 U.S.C. § 2421 et seq.) of Title 18 of the United States Code

    Any Person Convicted for Sex Trafficking (Title 18, U.S.C. § 1591)

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    OR

    A SECOND or subsequent conviction, where the individual was at liberty between such convictions, of the following:

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    Carnal Knowledge of Minor (Victim Ages 13-14)

    18.2-63

    Carnal Knowledge of Minor (Victim 15 or older) Supervisory Relationship

    18.2-64.1

    Marital Sexual Assault (Repealed 2005)

    18.2-67.2:1

    Enter Dwelling House with intent to Rape

    18.2-90

    OR

    A SECOND or subsequent conviction, where the individual was at liberty between such convictions, and where the victim is a minor or is physically helpless or mentally incapacitated as defined in §18.2-67.10, a violation or attempted violation of:

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    Abduction

    18.2-47(A)

    Abduction of any Child for Extortion

    18.2-48 (i)

    Sexual Battery

    18.2-67.4
    Attempted Sexual Battery

    18.2-67.5 (C)

    Crimes Against Nature (Sodomy)

    18.2-361

    Adultery & Fornication by Person Forbidden to Marry: Incest

    18.2-366

    Possess Child Pornography (2 or more convictions)

    18.2-374.1:1(C)

    OR

    If the offense was committed on or after July 1, 2006 and if the person has been convicted or adjudicated delinquent of any two or more such offenses, provided that person had been at liberty between such convictions or adjudications:

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    Enter Dwelling House etc. with intent to Commit Felony

    18.2-91
    2. "Sexual Offenses" means: ?
    Charge Section

    Murder (Victim is under 15) or
    (Victim is 15-17) is related to an offense under §9-1-902

    18.2-31,18.2-32

    Former 18.1-21

    Carnal Knowledge of Minor (Victim Ages 13 - 14) if the perpetrator is less than 5 years older than the victim

    18.2-63

    Carnal Knowledge of Minor (Victim 15 or older) Supervisory Relationship

    18.2-64.1

    Solicitation of Prostitution from a Minor (Felony Violation)

    18.2-346

    Taking, Detaining a Minor for Prostitution

    18.2-355(4)

    Marital Sexual Assault (Repealed in 2005)

    18.2.67.2:1

    Sexual Battery (3 or more convictions)

    18.2-67.4

    Sexual Abuse Against Child under 15 (3 or more convictions)

    18.2-67.4:2

    Attempted Sexual Battery (3 or more convictions)

    18.2-67.5 (C)

    Enter Dwelling House etc. with intent to Rape

    18.2-90

    Former 18.1-88

    Penetration of the Mouth of a Child with Lascivious Intent

    18.2-370.6

    Possession of Child Pornography

    18.2-374.1:1 (B)(C)(D)

    Possession of Child Pornography (as it was in effect 7/1/94 to 6/30/07)

    Former 18.2-374.1:1 (D)

    Unlawful filming, videotaping or photographing of another (3 or more convictions)

    18.2-386.1

    Use of Communication System to Solicit a Minor to Violate §18.2-370, Indecent Liberties With A Minor

    18.2-374.3 (B)(C)(D)

    Use of Communication System to Solicit a Minor to Violate §18.2-370, Indecent Liberties With A Minor (as it was in effect 6/30/07)

    18.2-374.3 (B)(iv)

    OR

    If the offense is committed on or after July 1, 2006

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    Enter Dwelling House etc. with intent to Commit Felony listed under §9.1-902

    18.2-91

    Possession of Child Pornography

    18.2-374.1:1(A)

    Third misdemeanor sexual offense as set forth in

    18.2-67.5:1

    OR

    Where the victim is a minor or is physically helpless or mentally incapacitated as defined in ?18.2-67.10, a violation or attempted violation of:
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    Abduction 18.2-47 (A)

    Abduction of any Child for Extortion

    18.2-48 (i)

    Sexual Battery

    18.2-67.4

    Attempted Sexual Battery

    18.2-67.5 (C)

    Crimes Against Nature (Sodomy)

    18.2-361

    Adultery & Fornication by Person Forbidden to Marry: Incest

    18.2-366

    Former 18.1-119

    OR

    Any Criminal Homicide in conjunction with a violation of clause (i) of §18.2-371 (Contributing to the delinquency) or §18.2-371.1 (abuse and neglect of children) when the offenses arise out of the same incident.
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    OR

    "Offense for which registration is required" includes (i) any similar offense under the laws of any foreign country or any political subdivision thereof, the United States or any political subdivision thereof
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    OR

    Any offense for which registration in a Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minor Registry is required under the laws of the jurisdiction where the offender was convicted.
     

    Persons convicted in other jurisdictions of substantially similar laws must register in Virginia as though the conviction was for a Virginia offense. Also, persons required to register as a sex offender in the state of conviction must also register in Virginia if not otherwise required to under the Act.