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under one of the following circumstances: Note: 42 Pa. Group-based homes violating this prohibition are subject to a civil penalty in the form of a fine that can range from ,500 to ,000.(Effective 12/31/2014) Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law defines the term “child abuse” as intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly…leaving a child unsupervised with an individual, other than the child’s parent, who the actor knows or reasonably should have known: Suspected child abuse, as defined in Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law, will be reported to the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services and the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation.The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services will then contact the appropriate county Children and Youth Services agency, the appropriate law enforcement agency, or both, to initiate an investigation.
Sexual offenders whose offense was committed before December 20, 2012 can register at the time of sentencing, but are required to register upon release from incarceration or upon commencement of probation or parole.A Sexually Violent Predator is required to register for Life. § 3121 (relating to rape), 3123 (relating to involuntary deviate sexual intercourse), 3124.1 (relating to sexual assault), 3125 (relating to aggravated indecent assault), 3126 (relating to indecent assault) or 4302 (relating to incest) and who has been determined by the Court to be in need of commitment for involuntary treatment. B., No., the Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down SORNA's Juvenile Offender registration requirements as unconstitutional.A child who has been found to be delinquent for an act of sexual violence which if committed by an adult would be a violation of 18 Pa. A Sexually Violent Delinquent Child is required to register for Life. Juveniles are no longer required to register in Pennsylvania, except if they are classified by the Court as a Sexually Violent Delinquent Child.It is recommended that you immediately contact your local law enforcement agency, as well as the State Police Megan’s Law Section, 1-866-771-3170.Note: A person commits a felony of the third degree and can be prosecuted if the person has reason to believe that a sexual offender is not complying with or has not complied with the requirements of the sexual offender’s probation or parole, or with their registration requirements under Megan’s Law and intentionally assists the sexual offender in eluding law enforcement seeking to find, question or arrest the sexual offender for noncompliance with the requirements of the sexual offender’s probation or parole or the requirements of Megan’s Law.