Sex Offender Research and News

  • Dublin passes its first sex offender ordinance
    4-16-2014 Texas: Residents of Dublin have lived for years without a sex offender ordinance, but not anymore. On Monday the Dublin City Council heard from residents and Police Chief Shawn Fullagar on the issue. Fullagar said when he discovered the city was without a sex offender ordinance, he began researching other cities with sex offender ordinances and policies in place. Armed with the

  • Sex offenders taken out of Skyway shelter
    4-15-2014 New York: The city has removed 39 Level 2 and 3 sex offenders from the Skyway homeless shelter in South Ozone Park, Councilman Ruben Wills (D-South Jamaica) announced at Community Board 10 last Thursday. “We have been going back and forth with the Department of Homeless Services for weeks about the issue and they have removed every sex offender from the shelter as of today” the

  • Council limits where sex offender can be
    Why do lawmakers like these fail to recognize that the threat is NOT from folks living within XX feet of these places, but from EMPLOYEES. 4-15-2014 North Dakota: When registered sex offenders move into a community, the first response is fear, the second is uncharitable feelings and the third is, how do we protect our children? Worried parents and other like-minded individuals wish they

  • Tri-County inmate beaten in jail remains critical
    This inmate has now died see HERE4-8-2013 Ohio: An inmate who was injured at the TriCounty Regional Jail in Mechanicsburg remains in critical but stable condition. David Piersol, 39, was assaulted while in the general housing unit of the jail Saturday around 3:45 a.m. Chief Deputy Rick Jordan of the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office says the Union County man suffered serious head trauma. He

  • Yakima County judge blocks release of sex offender information
    4-12-2014 Washington: A Yakima County judge has blocked the release of names and addresses of low-level sex offenders to a Mesa woman who wants to post the information on a website. Ruling Friday, Superior Court Judge Blaine Gibson permanently blocked Donna Zink’s request for low-level sex-offender registration forms from the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office. The move had been sought by 22