Zachary's Law, named after 10 year old Zachary Snider of Cloverdale who was molested and murdered by a neighbor who was a convicted child molester.  The law was passed in 1994 and requires offenders convicted of specified sex and violent crimes to register with local law enforcement agencies in the area where they reside or intend to reside for more than seven days.  Local law enforcement agencies must notify the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute when an offender registers locally so that the Institute can add the offender to the Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry, a statewide list of the specified sex and violent offenders.