Soldiers who are convicted by court-martial for certain sexual offenses must comply with all applicable state registration requirements in effect in the state in which they reside. See AR 190-47, Chapter 14 and AR 27-10, Chapter 24. This is a statutory requirement based on the Jacob Wetterling Act, and implemented by DOD Instruction 1325.7, and AR 27-10. Provost Marshals/Directors of Emergency Services should coordinate with their local Staff Judge Advocate to determine if an individual must register. The registration process will be completed utilizing the state registration form, which is available through state and local law enforcement agencies. A copy of the completed registration form will be maintained in the installation Provost Marshal Office/Directorate of Emergency Services. Additionally, a Military Police Report (DA Form 3975) will be completed as an information entry into COPS. Installation Provost Marshals/Directors of Emergency Services will provide written notice to state and local law enforcement agencies of the arrival of an offender to the local area so the registration process can be completed.
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