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Biennium: 2007-08
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HB 1133 Monitoring sex offenders.
SHB 1682 Increasing the length of confinement for a parole violation committed by certain juvenile sex offenders.
SHB 2439 Requiring the governing authorities of facilities where convicted sex offenders are confined to determine the offender's immigration status and to release offenders subject to deportation into the custody of federal authorities or at a federal facility used to house persons awaiting deportation.
HB 2440 Requiring the electronic monitoring of all registered sex offenders who are classified as risk level III, have registered as homeless or transient, or have a prior conviction for failure to register as a sex offender.
HB 2441 Requiring law enforcement agencies to enter into assistance compacts with the federal department of homeland security to help enforce immigration laws as they pertain to certain sex offenders who have been classified as risk level III, have been convicted of a sex offense against a minor victim, or have a prior conviction for failure to register as a sex offender.
HB 2442 Improving sex offender community notification by disclosing to the public at large information regarding level I and II sex offenders who have a conviction for failure to register as a sex offender and adding information regarding level I sex offenders who have a prior failure to register conviction to the statewide kidnapping and sex offender web site.
HB 2443 Authorizing community corrections officers to perform random, unannounced inspections of sex offenders who have been classified as risk level III, have been convicted of a sex offense against a minor victim, or have a prior conviction for failure to register as a sex offender.
HB 2445 Ensuring that all registered sex offenders have submitted a biological sample for inclusion in the DNA identification system.
HB 2462 Ensuring that sex offenders receive accurate sentences.
HB 2508 Expanding the DNA database to include samples from all registered sex offenders.
HB 2644 Prohibiting certain sex offenders on community custody from accessing the internet.
2SHB 2713 Providing for broader collection of biological samples for the DNA identification of convicted sex offenders and other persons.
HB 3161 Requiring certain sex offenders to pay the costs of electronic monitoring.
SSB 5243 Increasing the length of confinement for a parole violation committed by certain juvenile sex offenders.
SB 5636 Prohibiting signature gathering by sex offenders.
ESSB 6488 Providing for broader collection of biological samples for the DNA identification of convicted sex offenders and other persons.
SSB 6489 Including on the statewide notification web site information about level I sex offenders who are out of compliance with registration requirements.