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Lindsay Kimble
September 06, 2016 11:45 AM

http://www.nbcbayarea.com/portableplayer/?cmsID=392436251&videoID=YeynSxn7o6PU&origin=nbcbayarea.com&sec=news&subsec=local&width=600&height=360Brock Turner registered Tuesday as a sex offender in his home state of Ohio, following his conviction for a 2015 sexual assault while he was a swimmer at Stanford University, a spokeswoman for the Greene County Sheriff’s Office confirms to PEOPLE.

Turner spent around 30 minutes registering at the office, about an hour north of Cincinnatti, the spokeswoman said. He was also photographed and fingerprinted as part of the registration.

Turner was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster at a January 2015 fraternity party.

He was found guilty of three felonies in March.

In video taken by NBC Bay Area from Turner’s registration, his mother, Carleen, can be seen attempting to block her son’s face.

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Brock Turner with his mom, Carleen Turner, in Greene County, Ohio, on Sept. 6, 2016.
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Brock Turner with his mom, Carleen Turner, in Greene County, Ohio, on Sept. 6, 2016.
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Turner will have to re-register as a Tier III sex offender every 90 days for the rest of his life, the sheriff’s office confirmed to PEOPLE. Further, he will have to seek permission for any out-of-state travel, must keep authorities informed of his address and will never be allowed to live near or work in a school.

The 21-year-old was released Friday from the Santa Clara County jail in California, three months into his six-month sentence.

Turner will now serve three years’ probation and is ordered to attend drug and alcohol counseling.

He will also be required to complete a sex offender management program and participate in polygraph tests, according to his probation conditions.

Brock Turner in Greene County, Ohio, on Sept. 6, 2016.
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Turner is barred from ever again stepping foot on Stanford’s campus, which is where he assaulted the victim. He admitted to having sexual contact with the woman, but maintained that it was consensual.

The case drew national attention after Judge Aaron Persky sentenced Turner to only six months in county jail, rather than the six years that prosecutors recommended.

Persky said that a longer sentence would have had a “severe impact” on Turner.

According to reports, Ohio officials are already distributing announcements of Turner’s sex offender status to neighbors.

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