Answer: Yes - If the individual was convicted of a "reportable conviction or adjudication" and resides, attends, or works in a Texas school. A reportable conviction or adjudication includes juvenile crimes under the laws of the other state.
Additionally, the out-of-state conviction must be similar to a corresponding Texas statute. For example, sexual assault laws between states could be similar, but not identical. The Texas Department of Public Safety will determine if an offense meets this qualification.
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