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Georgia State Code
Title      24
Chapter       4  
Section Navigation     1 ... 20         21 ... 41    
      42 ... 62         63 ... 65      
Section<<< 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 60 61 62 >>>  
Title 24, Chapter 4, Section 60 (24-4-60)

Any person convicted of a criminal offense defined in Code Section 16-6-1, relating to the offense of rape; Code Section 16-6-2, relating to the offense of sodomy or aggravated sodomy; Code Section 16-6-3, relating to the offense of statutory rape; Code Section 16-6-4, relating to the offense of child molestation or aggravated child molestation; Code Section 16-6-5, relating to the offense of enticing a child for indecent purposes; Code Section 16-6-5.1, relating to the offense of sexual assault against persons in custody, sexual assault against a person detained or a patient in a hospital or other institution, or sexual assault by a practitioner of psychotherapy against a patient; Code Section 16-6-6, relating to the offense of bestiality; Code Section 16-6-7, relating to the offense of necrophilia; or Code Section 16-6-22, relating to the offense of incest, shall have a sample of his or her blood, an oral swab, or a sample obtained from a noninvasive procedure taken for DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) analysis to determine identification characteristics specific to the person. In addition, on and after July 1, 2000, any person convicted of a felony and incarcerated in a state correctional facility shall at the time of entering the prison system have a sample of his or her blood, an oral swab, or a sample obtained from a noninvasive procedure taken for DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) analysis to determine identification characteristics specific to the person. The provisions and requirements of this Code section shall also apply to any person who has been convicted of a felony prior to July 1, 2000, and who currently is incarcerated in a state correctional facility in this state for such offense but only when such a person is to be released from the state correctional facility. The provisions and requirements of this Code section shall also apply to any person who has been convicted of a felony in this state on or after July 1, 2000, and who is incarcerated in a private correctional facility in this state for such offense pursuant to a contract with the Department of Corrections upon entering the facility, and for any person convicted of a felony prior to July 1, 2000, and who is incarcerated in a private correctional facility in this state pursuant to contract with the Department of Corrections, upon release. The analysis shall be performed by the Division of Forensic Sciences of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The division shall be authorized to contract with individuals or organizations for services to perform such analysis. The identification characteristics of the profile resulting from the DNA analysis shall be stored and maintained by the bureau in a DNA data bank and shall be made available only as provided in Code Section 24-4-63. For the purposes of this Code section, the term "state correctional facility" means a penal institution under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections, including inmate work camps and inmate boot camps; provided, however, that such term shall not include a probation detention center, probation diversion center, or probation boot camp under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections.

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