As of this morning, Brock Turner, a convicted rapist, is officially a registered sex offender in his home state of Ohio. 

The 21-year-old was recently released from jail in California, following a three-month stint for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside of a fraternity house in January 2015. 

The former Stanford swimmer has gone from Division I athlete to a tier III sex offender, the only tier that automatically has to register as a sex offender for life. Turner will be required to register every 90 days, and the sheriff's office must notify Turner's neighbors that a sex offender lives in their area, according to ABC News.

Turner also has three years on probation left, but many believe that the punishment has been far too light.

When he was found guilty of three felony charges back in March, he could've spent up to 14 years in prison. Prosecutors asked for six years. The judge, Aaron Persky, instead decided to sentence Turner to six months in jail because, Persky said, "A prison sentence would have a severe impact on him." Turner was released after only serving half of his six months.

The leniency outraged many and led California lawmakers to pass a bill aimed at enforcing harsher minimum sentencing for people convicted of sexual assault.

While Turner's parents are now concerned for their son's safety, they haven't shown much concern for their son's victim. For example, Turner's father, Dan, dismissed the assault as "20 minutes of action."

In response to Persky's comment that prison could have a "severe impact" on Turner, Turner's victim wrote a powerful letter detailing how Turner's actions have already had a "severe impact" on her. Whereas Turner blamed "party culture" for his actions, the victim wrote, "You realize, having a drinking problem is different than drinking and then forcefully trying to have sex with someone? Show men how to respect women, not how to drink less."