(a) Any adult sex offender who declares he or she is entering the state to establish a residence or who enters this state to establish a residence shall immediately appear in person and register all required registration information with local law enforcement in the county where the adult sex offender intends to establish or establishes a residence.
(b) Any adult sex offender who enters this state to accept employment or a volunteer position or to become a student shall immediately appear in person and register all required registration information with local law enforcement in the county where the adult sex offender accepts employment or the volunteer position or becomes a student.
(c) Whenever an adult sex offender registers pursuant to this section, he or she shall be subject to the requirements of this chapter.
(d) Within 30 days of initial registration, the adult sex offender shall provide each registering agency with a certified copy of his or her sex offense conviction; however, an adult sex offender shall be exempt from this subsection if the adult sex offender provides adequate documentation that the certified record is no longer available or has been destroyed.
(e) Any person who knowingly violates this section shall be guilty of a Class C felony.