The way the system works is simple: Animal abusers are logged into a system that’s monitored by their states Bureau of Investigation, and are required to offer all sorts of information, including their crime, their name, date of birth, conviction and expiration date and a recent photo.
First-time abusers remain in the system for a minimum of 2 years. For each and every offense after that, they will remain on the list for an added 5 years. If they fail to register they face up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine, and risk a visit from the Baba Yaga himself, John Wick.
Kidding. Sort of. Like, at least 82% kidding.