On Dec. 20, 2011, Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law Senate Bill 1183 as Act 111 of 2011 (Megan’s Law IV). The law makes extensive revisions to Pennsylvania’s classification and registration requirements of adult and juvenile sexual offenders. Juvenile registration responsibilities are now extensive and violation consequences severe.

(The revised classification and registration matrix can be found on the Pennsylvania Sentencing Commission’s website at http://pcs.la.psu.edu.)

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