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Article 6C - NY Correction Law

Section Description
168-G Prior convictions; duty to inform and register
S 168-G Prior  convictions;  duty  to  inform  and register. 1. The
  department or office  of  probation  and  correctional  alternatives  in
  accordance   with   risk   factors   pursuant  to  section  one  hundred
  sixty-eight-l  of  this  article  shall  determine   the   duration   of
  registration  and  notification  for  every  sex  offender  who  on  the
  effective date of this article  is  then  on  community  supervision  or
  probation  for  an  offense  provided for in subdivision two or three of
  section one hundred sixty-eight-a of this article.
    2. Every sex offender who on the effective date  of  this  article  is
  then  on  community supervision or probation for an offense provided for
  in subdivision two or three of section one hundred sixty-eight-a of this
  article shall within ten calendar days of  such  determination  register
  with  his  parole  or  probation officer. On each anniversary of the sex
  offender's initial  registration  date  thereafter,  the  provisions  of
  section  one  hundred sixty-eight-f of this article shall apply. Any sex
  offender who fails or refuses to so comply shall be subject to the  same
  penalties  as  otherwise  provided  for  in  this article which would be
  imposed upon a sex offender who fails or refuses to so comply  with  the
  provisions of this article on or after such effective date.
    3.  It  shall be the duty of the parole or probation officer to inform
  and register such sex offender according to the requirements imposed  by
  this  article.  A parole or probation officer shall give one copy of the
  form to the sex offender and shall, within three calendar days, send two
  copies electronically or otherwise to the department which shall forward
  one copy electronically or  otherwise  to  the  law  enforcement  agency
  having  jurisdiction  where  the  sex  offender  resides upon his or her
  community supervision, probation, or local conditional release.
    4. A petition for relief from this section is  permitted  to  any  sex
  offender required to register while released to community supervision or
  probation pursuant to section one hundred sixty-eight-o of this article.

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