and p.m., leave an exterior porch light on or otherwise invite trick-or-treaters to solicit the premises.
CHILD means any person under the age of seventeen (17).
3 2015 S-19 4 Gladewater – General Offenses CHILD CARE FACILITY means a family day care home which provides regular care to no more than four (4) children under fourteen (14) years of age, excluding children related to the caretaker, and provides care after school hours for not more than six (6) additional elementary school children, but the total number of children, including those related to the caretaker, shall not exceed twelve (12) at any given time.
The authority must verify that the person no longer works or studies in this state and must provide to the person notice of that verification within a reasonable time. (c) A person described by Subsection (a) shall notify the authority for campus security or the local law enforcement authority not later than the seventh day after the date of termination of the person's status as a worker or student at the institution.
(e) Notwithstanding Subsection (a), this article does not apply to a person who has a reportable conviction or adjudication, who resides in another state, and who is employed, carries on a vocation, or is a student in this state if the person establishes another residence in this state to work or attend school in this state. (d) The authority for campus security or the local law enforcement authority shall promptly forward to the administrative office of the institution any information received from the person under this article and any information received from the department under Article 62.005.
PLACES WHERE CHILDREN REGULARLY CONGREGATE has the same meaning as Child Safety Zone.
PUBLIC WAY means any place to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access and includes, but is not limited to, streets, shopping centers, parking lots, transportation facilities, restaurants, shops and similar areas that are open to the use of the public.The University of Texas at Tyler maintains a strict zero-tolerance policy for violators of this provision. (b) A person described by Subsection (a) is subject to the registration and verification requirements of Articles 62.051 and 62.058 and to the change of address requirements of Article 62.055, except that the registration and verification and the reporting of a change of address are based on the municipality or county in which the person works or attends school.Persons found to be in violation of this provision will be reported to the jurisdiction in which the sex offender is registered. For purposes of this subchapter, a person: (1) is employed or carries on a vocation if the person works or volunteers on a full-time or part-time basis for a consecutive period exceeding 14 days or for an aggregate period exceeding 30 days in a calendar year; (2) works regardless of whether the person works for compensation or for governmental or educational benefit; and (3) is a student if the person enrolls on a full-time or part-time basis in any educational facility, including: (A) a public or private primary or secondary school, including a high school or alternative learning center; or (B) a public or private institution of higher education. The person is subject to the school notification requirements of Articles 62.053-62.055, except that notice provided to the superintendent and any administrator is based on the public school district in which the person works or attends school. REGISTRATION OF WORKERS OR STUDENTS AT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.CHILD CARE INSTITUTE means a commercial day care center, provides regular care to any number of adults or children for less than twenty-four (24) hours a day.CHILD SAFETY ZONE means public parks, private and public schools, public library, amusement arcades, video arcades, indoor and outdoor amusement centers, amusement parks, public or commercial and semi-private swimming pools, child care facility, child care institution, public or private youth soccer or baseball field, crisis center or shelter, skate park or rink, public or private youth center, movie theater, bowling alley, scouting facilities and Offices for Child Protective Services.However, that person remains subject to the other articles of this chapter based on that person's residence in this state. (e) Subsection (a)(2) does not require a person to register with a local law enforcement authority if the person is otherwise required by this chapter to register with that authority.