The Pam Lychner Sexual Offender Tracking and Identificaton Act of 1996, otherwise known as the Lychner Act, was created as a part of the national sexoffender registry. It requires the Attorney General to create a database at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to track the whereabouts and movements of sex offenders. There are two main obligations concerning the Lychner Act.
* A database with a national sexoffender list is maintained at the FBI to keep track of the movements of any person who has been convicted of an offense against a minor or has been convicted of any sexual offense.
* A national sexoffender registry that requires offenders to register their current address and update those addresses when changes occur.
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