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The new rules are particularly significant for overseas bases, which currently lack public sex offender registries and notification laws common in the United States.

Those services also prohibit sex offenders from occupying base housing, as per guidance issued in 2008.

The Army is also evaluating whether to screen military households for convicted sex offenders before moving them overseas, said Paul Prince, an Army spokesman at the Pentagon, in an email. Conference recommendations included requiring all sex offenders holding a DOD identification card who are assigned or residing overseas to be entered into a registry comparable to those in the United States.

Depending on particular states’ rules, there are a range of offenses, some less serious than others, that can lead to someone being required to register as a sex offender, Mitchell said.

For example, “not to condone any of these,” someone who urinated in public while intoxicated may in some jurisdictions be required to register, he said.

Air Force officials discussed the new policy during a series of town hall meetings in May to inform base residents of recent incidents involving threats to children.

Since January, there have been four reports of child molestations and attempted abductions on Kaiserslautern-area bases.

When the Air Force approved the mandatory-disclosure policy at Air Force bases in the States over a year ago, it allowed overseas commands discretion on whether and how to implement it, said Lt. Bradley Mitchell, USAFE chief of administrative law. Mark Welsh III, the USAFE commander, “made the decision to have every USAFE base follow this policy,” Mitchell said.

Being a registered sex offender or having one in the household doesn’t automatically preclude someone from base housing, however.

In one instance, a prosecutor showed the court a Powerpoint presentation of party photos that had been posted on Facebook by a 20-year-old defendant after he nearly killed another driver in a three-car collision.

The pictures depicted him at a Halloween party dressed as a prisoner in an orange jumpsuit labeled “Jail Bird.” The judge slammed him with a two-year jail sentence.

The USAFE policy allows base commanders to make case-by-case decisions based on the specific circumstances, with the goal of “keeping the base safe,” Mitchell said.