CH. 1132 IAWS OF THE SEVENlY-SIXTH GA, 1996 SESSION
CHAPTER 1132 SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY - STUDY OF ACCESS TO VARIOUS REGISTRIES
AN ACT relating to persons required to register with the sex offender registry, requiring a departmental study, and providing a penalty.
Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:
Section 1. Section 692A.l, subsection 3, paragraph k, Code Supplement 1995, is amended to read as follows:
k. Stalking in violation of section 708.11. subsection 3. paragraph "b". subparagraph (3). if the fact-finder determines by clear and convincing evidence that the offense was sexually motivated.
1 Sexual exploitation of a minor in violation of section 728.12. subsection 2 or 3. m. An indictable offense committed in another jurisdiction which would constitute an
indictable offense under paragraphs "a" through ¥ "I". Sec. 2. Section 692A.l, subsection 6, Code Supplement 1995, is amended by adding
the following new paragraphs after paragraph c: NEW PARAGRAPH. d. Telephone dissemination of obscene materials in violation of
section 728.15. NEW PARAGRAPH. e. Rental or sale of hard-core pornography in violation of section
728.4. NEW PARAGRAPH. f. Indecent exposure in violation of section 709.9.
Sec. 3. Section 692A.l, subsection 6, paragraph d, Code Supplement 1995, is amended to read as follows:
Eh &. Any of the following offenses, if the offense involves sexual abuse or attempted sexual abuse: murder, attempted murder. kidnapping, 91' burglary. or manslaughter.
Sec. 4. Section 692A.5, subsection 2, Code Supplement 1995, is amended by adding the following new unnumbered paragraph:
NEW UNNUMBERED PARAGRAPH. If the offender refuses to register, the sheriff, warden, or superintendent shall immediately notify a prosecuting attorney of the refusal to register. The prosecuting attorney may bring a contempt of court action against the offender in the county in which the offender was convicted. An offender who refuses to register may be held in contempt and incarcerated following the entry of judgment by the court on the contempt action until the offender complies with the registration require- ments.
Sec. 5. Section 692A.13, Code Supplement 1995, is amended by adding the following new subsection:
NEW SUBSECTION. 8. Records regarding the persons requesting registry informa- tion shall be maintained for ten years.
Sec. 6. The department of human services shall work with the department of public safety to develop a single point of contact for persons seeking information regarding indi- viduals who may be listed on the child abuse registry created in section 235A.14, the de- pendent adult abuse registry created in section 235B.5, or the sex offender registry cre- ated in section 692A.I0. The department of human services and the department of public safety shall also study the issue of information sharing among the registries. The depart- ment of human services and the department of public safety shall present a joint report to the general assembly not later than December 15, 1996, regarding the feasibility of creating
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a single point of contact for information on the registries and providing information shar- ing among the registries, including the statutory changes necessary for implementation.
Approved April 17, 1996
CHAPTER 1133 ECONOMIC AND OTHER PENALTIES FOR CRIMINAL ACTNIlY
AN ACT establishing economic and other penalties for certain criminal activity.
Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:
DNISION I IOWA FORFEITURE REFORM ACT
Section 1. NEW SECTION. 809A1 DEFINITIONS. As used in this chapter: 1. "Conveyance" includes any vehicle, trailer, vessel, aircraft, or other means of trans-
portation. 2. "Interest holder" means a secured party within the meaning of chapter 554, or the
beneficiary of a security interest or encumbrance pertaining to an interest in property, whose interest is perfected against a good faith purchaser for value. A person who holds property for the benefit of or as an agent or nominee for another person, or who is not in substantial compliance with any statute requiring an interest in property to be recorded or reflected in public records in order to perfect the interest against a good faith purchaser for value, is not an interest holder.
3. "Omission" means the failure to perform an act that is required by law. 4. "Owner" means a person, other than an interest holder, who has an interest in prop-
erty. A person who holds property for the benefit of or for an agent or nominee for another person, or who is not in substantial compliance with any statute requiring an interest in property to be recorded or reflected in public records in order to perfect the interest against a good faith purchaser for value, is not an owner.
5. "Proceeds" means property acquired directly or indirectly from, produced through, realized through, or caused by an act or omission and includes any property of any kind without reduction for expenses incurred for acquisition, maintenance, production, or any other purpose.
6. "Property" means anything of value, and includes any interest in property, including any benefit, privilege, claim, or right with respect to anything of value, whether real or personal, tangible, or intangible.
7. "Prosecuting attorney" means an attorney who is authorized by law to appear on the behalf of the state in a criminal case, and includes the attorney general, an assistant attor- ney general, the county attorney, an assistant county attorney, or a special or substitute prosecutor whose appearance is approved by a court having jurisdiction to try a defendant for the offense with which the defendant is charged.
8. "Regulated interest holder" means an interest holder that is a business authorized to do business in this state and is under the jurisdiction of any state or federal agency regulat- ing banking, insurance, real estate, or securities.
9. "Seizing agency" means a department or agency of this state or its political subdivi- sions that regularly employs law enforcement officers, and that employs the law enforce- ment officer who seizes property for forfeiture, or such other agency as the department or