Offenses

A.C.A. 12-12-903  defines the offenses that require registration. Some of the following offenses may seem repetitious, however they are provided as a complete listing as specified by law.

  1. Rape - A.C.A. 5-14-103
  2. Carnal abuse in the first degree – A.C.A. 5-14-104
  3. Carnal abuse in the second degree – A.C.A. 5-14-105
  4. Carnal abuse in the third degree – A.C.A. 5-14-106
  5. Sexual misconduct – A.C.A. 5-14-107
  6. Sexual abuse in the first degree – A.C.A. 5-14-108
  7. Sexual abuse in the second degree – A.C.A. 5-14-109
  8. Sexual solicitation of a child – A.C.A. 5-14-110
  9. Violation of a minor in the first degree – A.C.A. 5-14-120
  10. Violation of a minor in the second degree – A.C.A. 5-14-121
  11. Incest – A.C.A. 5-26-202
  12. Engaging children in sexually explicit conduct for use in visual or print medium – 5-27-303
  13. Transportation of minors for prohibited sexual conduct – A.C.A. 5-27-305
  14. Employing or consenting to use of child in sexual performance – A.C.A. 5-27-402
  15. Producing, directing or promoting sexual performance – A.C.A. 5-27-403
  16. Promoting prostitution in the first degree A.C.A. 5-70-104
  17. Stalking – A.C.A. 5-71-229
  18. An attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit any of the offenses listed as #1 through #17.
  19. An adjudication of guilt for an offense of the law of another state, for a federal offense, or for military offense, which is substantially equivalent to any of the offenses enumerated as #1 through #17.
  20. A violation of any former law of this state that is substantially equivalent to any of the offenses enumerated as #1 through #17.
  21. Kidnapping pursuant to A.C.A. 5-11-102(a)(4) when the victim is a minor and the offender is not the parent of the victim.
  22. False imprisonment in the first degree pursuant to A.C.A. 5-11-103 when the victim is a minor and the offender is not the parent of the victim.
  23. Permanent detention or restraint pursuant to A.C.A. 5-11-106 when the victim is a minor and the offender is not the parent of the victim.
  24. Any sex offense when the victim is a minor.
  25. An attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit any of the offenses enumerated as #21 through #24.
  26. An adjudication of guilt for an offense of the law of another state, for a federal offense, or for a military offense, which is substantially equivalent to any of the offenses enumerated as #21 through #24.
  27. A violation of any former law of this state that is substantially equivalent to any of the offenses enumerated as #21 through #24.