The sex offender registry law does not prohibit registered sex offenders, whose victims were minors, from being step-parents to minor children. However, under c , and 11 , the law does prohibit sex offenders, whose victims were less thirteen years of age, from knowingly establishing a primary or secondary residence or any other living accommodation where a minor resides. Her court-ordered punishment was a jail sentence, which she served, and lifetime probation and sex offender treatment. I really wanted to buy a boat, and I can, but I would have no place in Oklahoma to use it. All offenders shall report in person to their designated law enforcement agency within 48 hours of establishing a new address. Tuesday, January 24, No validity for keeping those on sex offender registry from state parks "What is the point in doing everything right for years when it counts for nothing? How far back does the registry go? The majority of the other states range widely in the restrictions and requirements they place on their registered citizens. While some jurisdictions and states recognize that no evidence supports residency and presence restriction as effective and either eschew or overturn such requirements, others are rushing to implement them. What I did was wrong, but that was 15 years ago. Can a registered sex offender, whose victim was a minor, be a step-parent to minor children? Where is the incentive? She is also serving an additional life sentence on the public sex offender registry, one whose requirements can shift and change depending on the whims of legislators and new laws. It could mean that the offender has been terminated from the registry after meeting the criteria for termination as outlined in T.