Statutory rape if the individual convicted is 21 years or older; Child molestation; Enticing a child for indecent purposes; Sexual assault against persons in custody, Incest; A second conviction for sexual battery; Aggravated sexual battery; Electronically furnishing obscene materials to minors; Computer pornography and child exploitation; Obscene telephone contact, and Any other conduct that by its nature is a sexual offense against a victim who is a minor. In addition, Georgia law permits offenders who are confined to a nursing home, residential care, or hospice facility, or who are totally and permanently disabled or otherwise permanently incapacitated to petition for removal from the sex offender registry upon completion of their sentence but without a risk assessment. Specifically, if the offender has completed all required incarceration, parole, probation, and supervision, and the individual has received a Level I low risk assessment classification, he or she may petition the court to be removed from the registry and to have restrictions on employment and residence lifted. Residency and Employment Restrictions Anyone required to register for an offense committed after June 4, is prohibited from living or working certain distances from child care facilities, churches, schools, or areas where minors congregate. Registration is required whether or not the offense and conviction occurred in Georgia, so long as the offender currently resides in the state. Because this analysis is subject to change depending upon recent cases and legal developments, you should not rely on this summary as legal advice. The Sexual Offender Registration Review Board determines the risk assessment classification of each person who is required to register. A registrant shall not reside within 1, feet of any child care facility, church, school, or area where minors congregate. Each person will be assigned to either Level I risk classification, Level II risk classification, or Level III risk classification declared a sexually dangerous predator. Petitions for removal may only be filed every two years, so presenting the most effective case possible the very first time is essential. This finding may be appealed by the individual.