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               (See also CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; SEX OFFENDER POLICY BOARD; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Abuse, physical abuse or sexual misconduct by school employee, reporting requirements for other school employees when aware that student is likely a victim: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Adult family homes, requirements when registered sex offender residing in home: HB 1125
Assault, sexual, protection order provisions: HB 1307, * SHB 1307, CH 74 (2013), SB 5175
Children, sex offenses against, modifying statute of limitations provisions: HB 1352, * SHB 1352, CH 17 (2013), SB 5100, SSB 5100
Children, sex offenses against, sexual abuse and exploitation prevention training program for school employees: HB 1869, SB 5563, * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Clergy, indecent liberties by member of, felony: HB 2341, ESHB 2341
Commercial sale of sex, use of fine moneys for department of commerce administration of statewide coordinating committee on sex trafficking: * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Commercial sale of sex, use of fine moneys for offender and victim programs and commercial sale of sex reduction: HB 1291, * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Commercial sexual abuse of minor crimes, adding to seizure and forfeiture provisions: HB 1792
Commercial sexual abuse of minor crimes, including promoting travel for and permitting, addition to definition of criminal profiteering: HB 1793
Commercial sexual abuse of minor crimes, use of fine moneys for department of commerce administration of statewide coordinating committee on sex trafficking: * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Commercial sexual abuse of minor crimes, use of fine moneys for offender and victim programs and commercial sale of sex reduction: HB 1291, * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Commercially sexually exploited children statewide coordinating committee, governor's role in establishing: SB 5308, * SSB 5308, CH 253 (2013)
Community custody, conditions, refraining from contact with victim or their family: SB 6069, * SSB 6069, CH 35 (2014)
DNA sample, collecting from adults arrested for a sex or violent offense: SSB 6314
DNA sample, failure to provide as sex offender, gross misdemeanor: SB 5735
DNA sample, refusal to provide as sex offender, gross misdemeanor: ESSB 5735, 2SSB 5735
Exploited children, task force on missing and exploited children, repealing advisory board provision: HB 2712
Hospitals, requiring guarding of violent or sexual offenders or suspects by law enforcement: SB 5968
Indecent liberties, by member of clergy, felony: HB 2341, ESHB 2341
Indecent liberties, modifying definition to include spouses: * HB 1108, CH 94 (2013)
Marriage, solemnizations of, requirements and procedures for surname changes by criminal offenders and sex offenders: ESHB 1838, SB 6410
McNeil Island, therapeutic occupation assignments for certain sexually violent predators: HB 1837, SB 5402, SSB 5402
Missing and exploited children, task force on, repealing advisory board provision: HB 2712
Offenders, level III, prohibiting residence in community protection zone: HB 1020
Parent-child relationship, termination of, when child conceived through sex offense or incest: SB 6374
Pretrial release, prohibiting for sex offenses without payment of bail: HB 1171, * SHB 1171, CH 24 (2014)
Prostitute, patronizing a, seizure and forfeiture of property for: SB 6434, SSB 6434
Prostitution convictions, vacating for victims of certain trafficking and related crimes: HB 1292, * SHB 1292, CH 109 (2014)
Prostitution crimes, use of fine moneys for department of commerce administration of statewide coordinating committee on sex trafficking: * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Prostitution crimes, use of fine moneys for offender and victim programs and commercial sale of sex reduction: HB 1291, * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Psychosexual evaluation of parent in dependency matters, consequent reassessment of visitation: SSB 5162, SB 5315, * SSB 5315, CH 254 (2013)
Rape, pregnant survivor of, assistance of court to avoid parenting interactions with rapist: HB 2559, SB 6364
Rape, third degree, modifying definition to include spouses: * HB 1108, CH 94 (2013)
Registered offenders, felony, specifying distance from a school for residence approval: HB 2557, SB 6252
Registered offenders, housing rental vouchers, conditions for providing: HB 1232, SHB 1232
Registered offenders, notice to school or college when offender will be attending or employed, required notifications by school or college: SB 5094
Registered offenders, release and housing in community, sex offender policy board to review policies: SSB 6252
Registered offenders, requirements when residing in adult family home: HB 1125
Registered sex or kidnapping offenders, comprehensive provisions concerning, modifying: SB 5735, ESSB 5735, 2SSB 5735
Sex crimes, exploitation of children and promoting prostitution, seizure and forfeiture of property connected with, use of proceeds: SB 6017, SSB 6017
Sex trade, offenders, education programs funded through fine paid by offenders: HB 1291, * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Sex trade, victims, rehabilitative services funded through fine paid by offenders: HB 1291, * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Sex trafficking crimes, involving minors, clarifying that consent of a minor does not constitute a defense: SB 5669, * ESSB 5669, CH 302 (2013)
Sex trafficking crimes, involving minors, modifying provisions: SB 5669, * ESSB 5669, CH 302 (2013)
Sex trafficking crimes, modifying provisions: HB 1791, * SHB 1791, CH 188 (2014)
Sex trafficking crimes, use of internet advertisement to facilitate, establishing enhanced penalty: * SB 5488, CH 9 (2013)
Sex trafficking, preventing recruitment of children into, updating educational materials for parents and other community members: HB 1869, SB 5563, * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sex trafficking, statewide coordinating committee on, establishment: * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Sex trafficking, use of internet for, requesting that Congress amend communications decency act to protect against: * SJM 8003 (2014)
Sex trafficking, victims and offenders, rehabilitative services and education programs funded through fine paid by offenders: * ESHB 1291, CH 121 (2013)
Sexual abuse of a minor, commercial, adding to abuse issues course for teachers seeking certification: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual exploitation of a minor, adding to abuse issues course for teachers seeking certification: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual exploitation of a minor, modifying statute of limitations: SSB 5100
Sexual exploitation of children, mandatory restitution for victim: SB 6435, SSB 6435
Sexual health education, providing information concerning sexual abuse and violence prevention: SB 6376
Sexual health education, public schools, sexual offense legal elements and conviction consequences information requirement: HB 1397, * SHB 1397, CH 85 (2013)
Sexual misconduct or physical abuse, by school employee, reporting requirements for other school employees when aware that student is likely a victim: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual offenses, with minor victim, including legal elements and conviction consequences in public school sexual health education: HB 1397, * SHB 1397, CH 85 (2013)
Sexually violent predators, annual examinations and treatment, modifying requirements: HB 2122, SB 5965, SSB 5965
Sexually violent predators, annual examinations, suspending in certain cases, modifying effective date for: * ESSB 5480, CH 335 (2013)
Sexually violent predators, certain facility residents, therapeutic occupational assignments on McNeil Island: HB 1837, SB 5402, SSB 5402
Sexually violent predators, committed, annual reviews and less restrictive alternatives: HB 1081
Sexually violent predators, returned to department of social and health services after confinement or detention, department to conduct examination, modifying effective date for: * ESSB 5480, CH 335 (2013)
Sexually violent predators, secure facilities for, introducing contraband in first, second, and third degrees: HB 1836, * SHB 1836, CH 43 (2013), SB 5404, SSB 5404
Statute of limitations, sex offenses with victim under age eighteen, modifying provisions: HB 1352, * SHB 1352, CH 17 (2013), SB 5100, SSB 5100
Surname changes after solemnization of marriage, requirements and procedures for criminal offenders and sex offenders: ESHB 1838, SB 6410
Victims of sexual assault, paid sick and safe leave, establishing minimum standards: HB 1313, ESHB 1313, SB 5594
Victims of sexual assault, paid sick and safe leave, geographic limitations on local leave programs: HB 1781, ESB 5726
Victims of sexual assault, paid sick and safe leave, state preemption of local leave regulation: HB 1780, SB 5728
Voyeurism, distributing intimate images on internet, class C felony: HB 2250
Voyeurism, distributing intimate images, class C felony: HB 2257