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Sex offense crimes 

As outlined in the Arkansas Sex Offender Assessment Committee Guidelines and Procedures handbook, the following are the offenses that can land a person on the sex offender registry. The handbook notes that this list is not exclusive, because if an offender is sentenced for an offense in another state, registration requirements may include "the requirements of other state laws, tribal laws, military laws, and additional federal laws."

Kidnapping of a minor, except by a parent.

False imprisonment of a minor, except by a parent, in the first or second degree.

Permanent detention or restraint of a minor, except by a parent.

Rape.

Sexual indecency with a child.

Felony indecent exposure.

Exposing another person to HIV, if ordered by the court to register.

Sexual assault in the first, second, third or fourth degree.

Felony video voyeurism.

Felony voyeurism.

Incest.

Permitting the abuse of a minor.

Engaging children in sexually explicit conduct for use in visual or print medium.

Pandering or possessing visual or print medium depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child.

Transportation of minors for prohibited sexual conduct.

Internet stalking of a child.

Employing or consenting to the use of a child in a sexual performance.

Distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child.

Computer child pornography.

Computer exploitation of a child.

Promoting prostitution in the first degree.

Stalking, if ordered by the court to register.

Any attempt, solicitation or conspiracy to commit any of the above offenses.

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