846E-1 Definitions
846E-2 Registration requirements
846E-3 Access to registration information
846E-4 Duties upon discharge, parole, or release of covered offender
846E-5 Periodic verification of registration information
846E-6 Requirement to register a change of registration information; verification by the attorney general
846E-7 Notification by the attorney general of changes in registration information
846E-8 Good faith immunity
846E-9 Failure to comply with covered offender registration requirements
846E-10 Termination of registration requirements
846E-12 Tolling

Terms Used In Hawaii Revised Statutes > Chapter 846E

  • Agency having jurisdiction: means that agency with the authority to direct the release of a person serving a sentence or term of confinement or place a person on probation, supervised release, or parole and includes the department of public safety, the Hawaii paroling authority, the courts, and the department of health. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Attorney general: means the attorney general of the State of Hawaii, the department of the attorney general, or an authorized representative of the attorney general. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Billboard: is a ny board, fence, or similar structure, whether free-standing or supported by or placed against any wall or structure, which is designed or used for the principal purpose of having outdoor advertising devices placed, posted, or fastened upon it. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Chief of police: means the county chief of police, the county police department, or an authorized representative of the chief of police. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Clean record: means no conviction for a felony or covered offense, if placed on probation or parole, completion of probation or parole without more than one revocation, and, for sex offenders, successful completion of an appropriate sex offender treatment program, if such program was ordered. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Conviction: means a judgment on the verdict, or a finding of guilt after a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, excluding the adjudication of a minor, and occurs on the date judgment is entered. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • county: includes the city and county of Honolulu. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 54-17
  • Covered offender: means a "sex offender" or an "offender against minors" as defined in this section. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Covered offense: means a criminal offense that is:

         (1)  A crime within the definition of "crimes against minors" in this section; or

         (2)  A crime within the definition of "sexual offense" in this section. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111

  • month: means a calendar month; and the word "year" a calendar year. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 54-15
  • Offender against minors: means a person who is not a "sex offender" as defined in this section, and is or has been:

         (1)  Convicted at any time, whether before or after May 9, 2005, of a "crime against minors" as defined in this section; or

         (2)  Charged at any time, whether before or after May 9, 2005, with a "crime against minors" as defined in this section and who is found unfit to proceed and is released into the community or who is acquitted due to a physical or mental disease, disorder, or defect pursuant to chapter 704 and is released into the community. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111

  • Outdoor advertising device: means any device which is:

              (A)  A writing, picture, painting, light, model, display, emblem, sign, or similar device situated outdoors, which is so designed that it draws the attention of persons in any public highway, park, or other public place to any property, services, entertainment, or amusement, bought, sold, rented, hired, offered, or otherwise traded in by any person, or to the place or person where or by whom such buying, selling, renting, hiring, offering, or other trading is carried on;

              (B)  A sign, poster, notice, bill, or word or words in writing situated outdoors and so designed that it draws the attention of and is read by persons in any public highway, park, or other public place; or

              (C)  A sign, writing, symbol, or emblem made of lights, or a device or design made of lights so designed that its primary function is not giving light, which is situated outdoors and draws the attention of persons in any public highway, park or other public place. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111

  • Parent: means a parent, legal guardian, or a person who has a substantial familial or hanai relationship with the minor. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Permanent residence: means a building, permanent structure or unit therein, or watercraft where the covered offender resides and intends to reside indefinitely, or at least for the next one hundred eighty days, and which the offender owns, rents, or occupies with the consent of the owner. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Registration information: means the information specified in section 846E-2(d) and (e). See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111
  • Release: means release from:

         (1)  Imprisonment;

         (2)  Imprisonment and placed on parole;

         (3)  Imprisonment and placed on furlough;

         (4)  Any form of commitment, custody, or confinement resulting from an order made pursuant to chapter 704; or

         (5)  A halfway house or other equivalent facility,

    whichever is later. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111

  • Repeat covered offender: means :

         (1)  A person who is or has been convicted at any time, whether before or after May 9, 2005, of more than one covered offense as defined in this section, except that a conviction for multiple counts within a single charging document that allege covered offenses against the same victim and that allege the same date of the covered offense against that single victim shall be considered, for the purposes of this definition, a single covered offense; or

         (2)  A person who is or has been charged at any time, whether before or after May 9, 2005, with more than one covered offense as defined in this section and who has been, more than once, either:

              (A)  Convicted;

              (B)  Found unfit to proceed pursuant to chapter 704; or

              (C)  Acquitted due to a physical or mental disease, disorder, or defect pursuant to chapter 704. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111

  • Sex offender: means :

         (1)  A person who is or has been convicted at any time, whether before or after May 9, 2005, of a "sexual offense"; or

         (2)  A person who is or has been charged at any time, whether before or after May 9, 2005, with a "sexual offense" and is or has been found unfit to proceed and is or has been released into the community or who is acquitted due to a physical or mental disease, disorder, or defect pursuant to chapter 704 and is released into the community. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111

  • Sexual offense: means an offense that is:

         (1)  Set forth in section 707-730(1), 707-731(1), 707-732(1), 707-733(1)(a), 707-733. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111

  • Temporary residence: means a building, permanent structure or unit therein, watercraft, emergency shelter, or transitional housing facility where the covered offender resides, but does not intend to reside for more than one hundred eighty days. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 445-111