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Josh

Dave the mail in update form is on the web site you can only use it for changes not for updates I have used it a lot in the past.
Effective November 14, 2014, an offender convicted before December 20, 2012 has the option of notifying the Pennsylvania State Police of a change to their information (listed above) via mail in lieu of an in-person appearance at an approved registration site. Be advised:
Only offenders convicted before December 20, 2012 may notify the Pennsylvania State Police of a change to their information via mail. Offenders convicted on or after December 20, 2012 must continue to appear in-person at an approved registration site to report a change to their information.
This “mail notification” option does not apply to normally required monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual in person verifications required under 42 Pa. C.S. §9799.25, but rather to changes in between normally scheduled verifications. Offenders who fail to appear in-person at an approved registration site during their required monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual verification, are subject to prosecution under 18 Pa C.S. §4915.1.