Longo and D. It is unclear whether prosecutions for failure to register are having the desired effect of deterring subsequent sex crimes. Prevalence and characteristics of sexual violence victimization among U. In several cases investigated by Human Rights Watch, children often with little legal advice agreed to plead guilty to a sex offense without being informed of the registration requirements they would be subject to for years or decades thereafter.
Public housing authorities can also evict the family of a child on the sex offender registry.
Preliminary data from Broward County, Florida illustrated that cities with larger buffer zones had significantly lower numbers of compliant dwellings. In France, Law no. There were an additional convictions in 43 other crime categories.
Search Options: Search by location: enter an address and choose a search radius from the list to retrieve the offenders that fall within that area. During pre-sentence investigation, immediately upon probation, parole or confinement; 10 days of changing address. This act shall take effect July 1,the public welfare requiring it.
Offender Detail: this section shows the detailed information about a specific offender. Rotate device to search or select from results.
Zandbergen, Jill S. Even when registration is limited in duration, youth offender registrants can experience severe difficulties and high costs in purging their information from the registry. Many of these individuals courageously shared their deeply personal and often traumatic experiences of growing up on the registry for the first time, despite the fear of repercussions or further stigmatization.
The family was not told before entering the plea that Mason would be required to register as a sex offender. Jimenez, and Rebecca L. In fact, evidence on the effectiveness of these laws suggests that they may not prevent recidivism or sexual violence and result in more harm than good.