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At least TWO (2) times a year. Register during the month of your birth and six months thereafter as required by U.C.A. 77-41-105.
Utah convictions: Offenders shall register for TEN (10) years past termination of sentence for the registerable offense, or for the offender’s lifetime depending on the offense.
Non-Utah convictions: Offenders shall register for TEN (10) years past termination of sentence or longer if required by the sentencing jurisdiction.
Offenders convicted of U.C.A. 77-27-21.8 shall register for an additional FIVE (5) years.
In accordance with U.C.A. 77-41-107 an offender shall register for an additional year for every year in which the offender does not comply with the registration requirements of this section.
All "Protected Areas" as defined in U.C.A. 77-27-21.7:
These areas include, but are not limited to any: licensed day care or preschool facility, a swimming pool that is open to the public, a public or private primary or secondary school that is not on the grounds of a correctional facility, a community park that is open to the public; and a playground that is open to the public, including those areas designed to provide children space, recreational equipment, or other amenities intended to allow children to engage in physical activity.
For more comprehensive list of "Protected Areas" refer to: https://le.utah.gov/xcode/Title77/Chapter27/77-27-S21.7.html