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For purposes of this subdivision (d)(2),"a material change in employment or vocational status"includes being terminated involuntarily from the offender'semployment or vocation, voluntarily terminating theemployment or vocation, taking different employment or thesame employment at a different location, changing shifts orsubstantially changing the offender's hours of work at thesame employment or vocation, taking additional employment,reducing the offender's employment or any other change in theoffender's employment or vocation that differs from thatwhich the offender originally registered.

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The rules shallspecify that the photograph or digital image submitted foreach offender must conform to the following compositionalspecifications or the entry will not be accepted for use onthe registry and the agency will be required to resubmit thephotograph:(1) Notwithstanding the registration deadlines otherwiseestablished by this section, any person convicted of a sexualoffense or violent sexual offense in this state or who hasanother qualifying conviction as defined in § 40-39-202,but who is not required to register for the reasons set outin subdivision (j)(2), shall have until August 1, 2007, toregister as a sexual offender or violent sexual offender inthis state.(k) No later than the third day after an offender's initialregistration, the registration agency shall send by the United States postal service the original signed TBIregistration form containing information required bysubsection (i) to TBI headquarters in Nashville.For a change in employment or vocational statusto be considered a material one, it must remain in effect forfive (5) consecutive days or more.(7) Within three (3) days, excluding holidays, of anoffender changing the offender's electronic mail addressinformation, any instant message, chat or other Internetcommunication name or identity information that the personuses or intends to use, whether within or without this state,the offender shall report the change to the offender'sdesignated law enforcement agency.(1) An offender who is incarcerated in this state in alocal, state or federal jail or a private penal institutionshall, within forty-eight (48) hours prior to the offender'srelease, register or report in person, completing and signinga TBI registration form, under penalty of perjury, pursuantto § 39-16-702(b)(3), as follows:(2) After registering or reporting with the incarceratingfacility as provided in subdivision (b)(1), an offender whois incarcerated in this state in a local, state or federaljail or a private penal institution shall, within forty-eight(48) hours after the offender's release from theincarcerating institution, report in person to the offender'sregistering agency, unless the place of incarceration is alsothe person's registering agency.(c) An offender from another state, jurisdiction or countrywho has established a primary or secondary residence withinthis state or has established a physical presence at aparticular location shall, within forty-eight (48) hours ofestablishing residency or a physical presence, register orreport in person with the designated law enforcement agency,completing and signing a TBI registration form, under penaltyof perjury, pursuant to § 39-16-702(b)(3).(1) An offender from another state, jurisdiction orcountry who is not a resident of this state shall, withinforty-eight (48) hours of employment, commencing practice ofa vocation or becoming a student in this state, register orreport in person, completing and signing a TBI registrationform, under penalty of perjury, pursuant to§ 39-16-702(b)(3), with: (B) The law enforcement agency or any institution of highereducation, or if not applicable, the designated lawenforcement agency with jurisdiction over the campus, if theoffender is employed or practices a vocation or is a student.(2) Within forty-eight (48) hours of an offender fromanother state, jurisdiction or country who is not a residentof this state making a material change in the offender'svocational or employment or vocational status within thisstate, the offender shall report the change to the person'sregistering agency.Offenders who do not maintaineither a primary or secondary residence shall be required toreport to their registering agency monthly for so long asthey do not maintain either a primary or secondary residence.(g) Offenders who were previously required to register orreport under former title 40, chapter 39, part 1 [repealed],shall register or report in person with the designated lawenforcement agency by August 31, 2005.Offenders who residein nursing homes and assisted living facilities and offenderscommitted to mental health institutions or continuouslyconfined to home or health care facilities due to mental orphysical disabilities are exempt from this requirement, asotherwise provided by this part.(h) An offender who indicates to a designated lawenforcement agency on the TBI registration form theoffender's intent to reside in another state, jurisdiction orcountry and who then decides to remain in this state shall,within forty-eight (48) hours of the decision to remain inthe state, report in person to the designated law enforcementagency and update all information pursuant to subsection (i).(8) Current physical address and length of residence atthat address, which shall include any primary or secondaryresidences.

The rules shallspecify that the photograph or digital image submitted foreach offender must conform to the following compositionalspecifications or the entry will not be accepted for use onthe registry and the agency will be required to resubmit thephotograph:(1) Notwithstanding the registration deadlines otherwiseestablished by this section, any person convicted of a sexualoffense or violent sexual offense in this state or who hasanother qualifying conviction as defined in § 40-39-202,but who is not required to register for the reasons set outin subdivision (j)(2), shall have until August 1, 2007, toregister as a sexual offender or violent sexual offender inthis state.(k) No later than the third day after an offender's initialregistration, the registration agency shall send by the United States postal service the original signed TBIregistration form containing information required bysubsection (i) to TBI headquarters in Nashville.For a change in employment or vocational statusto be considered a material one, it must remain in effect forfive (5) consecutive days or more.(7) Within three (3) days, excluding holidays, of anoffender changing the offender's electronic mail addressinformation, any instant message, chat or other Internetcommunication name or identity information that the personuses or intends to use, whether within or without this state,the offender shall report the change to the offender'sdesignated law enforcement agency.(1) An offender who is incarcerated in this state in alocal, state or federal jail or a private penal institutionshall, within forty-eight (48) hours prior to the offender'srelease, register or report in person, completing and signinga TBI registration form, under penalty of perjury, pursuantto § 39-16-702(b)(3), as follows:(2) After registering or reporting with the incarceratingfacility as provided in subdivision (b)(1), an offender whois incarcerated in this state in a local, state or federaljail or a private penal institution shall, within forty-eight(48) hours after the offender's release from theincarcerating institution, report in person to the offender'sregistering agency, unless the place of incarceration is alsothe person's registering agency.(c) An offender from another state, jurisdiction or countrywho has established a primary or secondary residence withinthis state or has established a physical presence at aparticular location shall, within forty-eight (48) hours ofestablishing residency or a physical presence, register orreport in person with the designated law enforcement agency,completing and signing a TBI registration form, under penaltyof perjury, pursuant to § 39-16-702(b)(3).(1) An offender from another state, jurisdiction orcountry who is not a resident of this state shall, withinforty-eight (48) hours of employment, commencing practice ofa vocation or becoming a student in this state, register orreport in person, completing and signing a TBI registrationform, under penalty of perjury, pursuant to§ 39-16-702(b)(3), with: (B) The law enforcement agency or any institution of highereducation, or if not applicable, the designated lawenforcement agency with jurisdiction over the campus, if theoffender is employed or practices a vocation or is a student.(2) Within forty-eight (48) hours of an offender fromanother state, jurisdiction or country who is not a residentof this state making a material change in the offender'svocational or employment or vocational status within thisstate, the offender shall report the change to the person'sregistering agency.Offenders who do not maintaineither a primary or secondary residence shall be required toreport to their registering agency monthly for so long asthey do not maintain either a primary or secondary residence.(g) Offenders who were previously required to register orreport under former title 40, chapter 39, part 1 [repealed],shall register or report in person with the designated lawenforcement agency by August 31, 2005.Offenders who residein nursing homes and assisted living facilities and offenderscommitted to mental health institutions or continuouslyconfined to home or health care facilities due to mental orphysical disabilities are exempt from this requirement, asotherwise provided by this part.(h) An offender who indicates to a designated lawenforcement agency on the TBI registration form theoffender's intent to reside in another state, jurisdiction orcountry and who then decides to remain in this state shall,within forty-eight (48) hours of the decision to remain inthe state, report in person to the designated law enforcementagency and update all information pursuant to subsection (i).(8) Current physical address and length of residence atthat address, which shall include any primary or secondaryresidences.(3) An offender who resides and is registered in this stateand who intends to move out of this state shall, withinforty-eight (48) hours after moving to another state orwithin forty-eight (48) hours of becoming reasonably certainof the intention to move to another state, register or reportto the offender's designated law enforcement agency theaddress at which the offender will reside in the newjurisdiction.