Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; written notice to sex offenders of applicable laws. (HB2382)

Introduced By

Del. Brenda Pogge (R-Williamsburg)


Passed Committee
Passed House
Passed Senate
Signed by Governor
Became Law


Written notice to sex offenders of applicable laws.  Directs that a copy of all laws applicable to the requirements placed upon persons who must register or reregister with the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry be provided to such persons once per year upon registration or upon reregistration. The Attorney General is responsible for approving the list of laws to be provided, and such list shall be printed from the Department of State Police website and given directly to the person along with his receipt of registry. Read the Bill »


Bill Has Failed


01/13/2011Presented and ordered printed 11101024D
01/13/2011Referred to Committee on Militia, Police and Public Safety
01/24/2011Assigned MPPS sub: #3
01/25/2011Impact statement from DPB (HB2382)
01/28/2011Subcommittee recommends striking from docket
02/08/2011Left in Militia, Police and Public Safety


stephen writes:

Could save the tax payers some money in the long run.

Rickey Moore writes:

Thank you, Del. Pogge, for introducing a common sense bill. There are times when I despair of ever seeing common sense prevail in this matter. Thank you for restoring a sense of hope. If I were in your district and if I could vote, you'd have mine. Thanks again, Ric

stephen writes:

I hear the virginia state police are against this,I don't understand why. I can only figure it has to do with money.

Rickey Moore writes:

Well, it would create a lot of work for someone there, to notify us of changes in the laws. I would like to think that it would be mandatory from the get-go to do so. As I am fond of reminding folks, the Good Parent acknowledges the equal attendant responsibility that goes along with their power and authority. The Bad Parent only acknowledges the power and authority.

So, if someone creates a law that could put the people directly under their power and authority in jeopardy, then the responsible thing to do would be to properly notify them, so they are not harmed inadvertently ...I had to go to prison to learn this and understand the concept intimately. Not doing so cost me my freedom. I don't want to see others stepping into my old shoes. There are five forms of abuse, not just sexual. There is also Intellectual, Emotional, Physical and Spiritual abuse. Withholding information from me to protect myself is abusive in those last four forms. Clearly, the Bad Parent in action.

Rickey Moore writes:

Is this bill still on the docket??