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(A) During times of impending natural disasters or acts of terrorism, sexual offenders and sexual predators shall immediately identify themselves as a sexual offender or sexual predator, as the case may be, to the official in charge of any public shelter where they seek refuge. Sexual offenders or sexual predators will not be permitted to remain at general shelters not designated to house them. Sexual offenders and sexual predators will only be permitted housing at shelters specifically approved to house sexual offenders and sexual predators.
(B) A sexual offender or sexual predator attending any school or transporting children they have legal custody of to a school or day care center must declare his or her status as a sexual offender or sexual predator to the school or day care center principal or designee prior to entering the school or day care center property, and must also either schedule with the principal a set time period to enter upon the property or immediately notify the principal or designee upon entering school grounds or day care center property.
(C) All sexual offenders and sexual predators registered in Brevard County shall carry their state drivers’ license or state identification card on their person at all times.
(Ord. 2006-04, passed 3-21-2006) Penalty, see § 132.99