It focuses first on laws designed to address the danger posed by convicted sex offenders: registration requirements, community notification, residence restrictions, and civil commitment. Relying on the substantial body of research on sex offender recidivism, this article contends that Arizona has overstated the risk posed by convicted sex offenders, and the laws meant to control them do more harm than good. The article then turns to police sexual violence. Although Arizona has done a commendable job of criminalizing sex between police officers and a person in custody, the state needs to create additional safeguards to better promote the rule of law and protect vulnerable persons.
Sex Offenders: General Information and Treatment
What to Do If a Registered Sex Offender Moves to Your Neighborhood?
The Medina County Sheriff's Office makes every effort to update sex offender information on a weekly basis. However, offenders may have moved and failed to notify the Medina County Sheriff's Office as required by law. Therefore, due to the fact that this information is continually changing, the Medina County Sheriff's Office makes no expressed or implied guarantee concerning the accuracy of this information. Changes may be made at any time and without notice.
What Crimes Will Get You Put on the Texas Sex Offender Registry?
Megan's Law was enacted on May 17th, Megan's Law mandates that a county be notified of child offenders residing there and residents have access to that information. With the promise of a puppy, her neighbor lured her into his home where he raped, strangled and suffocated her.
The resources and materials available on this page were developed by the Center for Sex Offender Management CSOM , a project that began in with the support of the U. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. Funding for the project ended in , but the Center continues to make available to criminal justice professionals many of the resources and materials that remain useful and relevant. CSOM was a national clearinghouse and technical assistance center that supported state and local jurisdictions in the effective management of sex offenders.