In New York, proposed House Bill 7275 would have established a domestic violence registration act. Like the Texas legislation, it would require individuals who have been convicted of domestic violence at least three times to register as a repeat offender. In addition, it would charge offenders with the duty to notify law enforcement officials of any change in address, establish a special telephone number the public could call to inquire whether a particular person was on the list, and require a public awareness campaign to advise the public of the registry. The bill died in the Corrections Committee.
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