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(6.1) "Child care learning center" shall have the same meaning as set forth in paragraph (2) of Code Section 20-1A-2.

(7) "Church" means a place of public religious worship.

(B) "Criminal offense against a victim who is a minor" with respect to convictions occurring after June 30, 2001, means any criminal offense under Title 16 or any offense under federal law or the laws of another state or territory of the United States which consists of: (i) Kidnapping of a minor, except by a parent; (ii) False imprisonment of a minor, except by a parent; (iii) Criminal sexual conduct toward a minor; (iv) Solicitation of a minor to engage in sexual conduct; (v) Use of a minor in a sexual performance; (vi) Solicitation of a minor to practice prostitution; (vii) Use of a minor to engage in any sexually explicit conduct to produce any visual medium depicting such conduct; (viii) Creating, publishing, selling, distributing, or possessing any material depicting a minor or a portion of a minor's body engaged in sexually explicit conduct; (ix) Transmitting, making, selling, buying, or disseminating by means of a computer any descriptive or identifying information regarding a child for the purpose of offering or soliciting sexual conduct of or with a child or the visual depicting of such conduct; (x) Conspiracy to transport, ship, receive, or distribute visual depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct; or (xi) Any conduct which, by its nature, is a sexual offense against a victim who is a minor.

(C) For purposes of this paragraph, a conviction for a misdemeanor shall not be considered a criminal offense against a victim who is a minor, and conduct which is adjudicated in juvenile court shall not be considered a criminal offense against a victim who is a minor.

(B.1) "Dangerous sexual offense" with respect to convictions occurring after June 30, 2015, means any criminal offense, or the attempt to commit any criminal offense, under Title 16 as specified in this paragraph or any offense under federal law or the laws of another state or territory of the United States which consists of the same or similar elements of the following offenses: (i) Aggravated assault with the intent to rape in violation of Code Section 16-5-21; (ii) Kidnapping in violation of Code Section 16-5-40 which involves a victim who is less than 14 years of age, except by a parent; (iii) Trafficking a person for sexual servitude in violation of Code Section 16-5-46; (iv) Rape in violation of Code Section 16-6-1; (v) Sodomy in violation of Code Section 16-6-2; (vi) Aggravated sodomy in violation of Code Section 16-6-2; (vii) Statutory rape in violation of Code Section 16-6-3, if the individual convicted of the offense is 21 years of age or older; (viii) Child molestation in violation of Code Section 16-6-4; (ix) Aggravated child molestation in violation of Code Section 16-6-4, unless the person was convicted of a misdemeanor offense; (x) Enticing a child for indecent purposes in violation of Code Section 16-6-5; (xi) Sexual assault against persons in custody in violation of Code Section 16-6-5.1; (xii) Incest in violation of Code Section 16-6-22; (xiii) A second conviction for sexual battery in violation of Code Section 16-6-22.1; (xiv) Aggravated sexual battery in violation of Code Section 16-6-22.2; (xv) Sexual exploitation of children in violation of Code Section 16-12-100; (xvi) Electronically furnishing obscene material to minors in violation of Code Section 16-12-100.1; (xvii) Computer pornography and child exploitation in violation of Code Section 16-12-100.2; (xviii) Obscene telephone contact in violation of Code Section 16-12-100.3; or (xix) Any conduct which, by its nature, is a sexual offense against a victim who is a minor or an attempt to commit a sexual offense against a victim who is a minor.

(C) For purposes of this paragraph, a conviction for a misdemeanor shall not be considered a dangerous sexual offense, and conduct which is adjudicated in juvenile court shall not be considered a dangerous sexual offense.

(b) Before a sexual offender who is required to register under this Code section is released from prison or placed on parole, supervised release, or probation, the appropriate official shall: (1) Inform the sexual offender of the obligation to register, the amount of the registration fee, and how to maintain registration; (2) Obtain the information necessary for the required registration information; (3) Inform the sexual offender that, if the sexual offender changes any of the required registration information, other than residence address, the sexual offender shall give the new information to the sheriff of the county with whom the sexual offender is registered within 72 hours of the change of information; if the information is the sexual offender's new residence address, the sexual offender shall give the information to the sheriff of the county with whom the sexual offender last registered within 72 hours prior to moving and to the sheriff of the county to which the sexual offender is moving within 72 hours prior to moving; (4) Inform the sexual offender that he or she shall also register in any state where he or she is employed, carries on a vocation, or is a student; (5) Inform the sexual offender that, if he or she changes residence to another state, the sexual offender shall register the new address with the sheriff of the county with whom the sexual offender last registered and that the sexual offender shall also register with a designated law enforcement agency in the new state within 72 hours after establishing residence in the new state; (6) Obtain fingerprints and a current photograph of the sexual offender; (7) Require the sexual offender to read and sign a form stating that the obligations of the sexual offender have been explained; (8) Obtain and forward any information obtained from the clerk of court pursuant to Code Section 42-5-50 to the sheriff's office of the county in which the sexual offender will reside; and (9) If required by Code Section 42-1-14, place any required electronic monitoring system on the sexually dangerous predator and explain its operation and cost.