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First Degree Murder of a Child, Kidnapping, Aggravated Kidnapping, Unlawful Restraint, Aggravated Unlawful Restraint, Child Abduction, and Forcible Detention are offenses which are eligible for transfer from the Sex Offender Registry to the Murderer and Violent Offender Against Youth Registry when the following stipulations are met according to 730 ILCS 15/11: Section 10 of the Illinois Sex Offender Management Board Act states "sexually motivated" means one or more of the facts of the underlying offense indicates conduct that is of a sexual nature or that shows an intent to engage in behavior of a sexual nature.Transferring to the new registry will not extend your registration requirements in Illinois.The local law enforcement agency must forward a copy of the photo to the Illinois State Police to be added to the web site.Some offenders lack photos on file due to a photo not being taken at registration with the local law enforcement agency, or because the photo was never forwarded to the Illinois State Police.The Department of Children and Family Service Hotline is 800-25-ABUSE.A victim and the victim's parent or legal guardian may request automatic notification of the change of address of the associated registered offender.If an individual has completed the 10 year registration requirement, the person has been removed from the registry and will no longer appear on the website.An offender must register with the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction where they reside.

If the offender resides in an unincorporated area, he or she will register with the county sheriff's office.Those offenders sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections, another state's department of corrections, or federal corrections must register for 10 years from final parole, discharge, or release.Those offenders convicted of first degree murder must register annually for their natural life. The offender must re-register within 1 year of the date of their last registration and every year thereafter.There is nothing in the Sex Offender Registration Act or the Murderer and Violent Offender Against Youth Registration Act that prohibits a child sex offender or a violent offender against youth from being around children, unless it is at a park, school, or any location designed exclusively for people under the age of 18.If you would like a further investigation into the welfare of a child present in the same house as an offender, you should contact the Department of Children and Family Services.