Sex Offender Research & State News

  • Bill aims to require evaluations to determine likelihood of sex offenders reoffending
    A curfew for CERTAIN sex offenders? The water they are drinking has to be tainted..or spiked w/something!2-26-15 Florida: Two bills in the Florida legislature, SB 336 and HB 387, would require a convicted sex offender to be evaluated to determine the likelihood that person may reoffend. Action News law and safety expert Dale Carson said there are already mental evaluations available for

  • Bellone Provides Status on Community Protection Act in Aftermath of Recent Court of Appeals Ruling
    I think there is a MAJOR problem with statistics cited by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone for the SORTS program:((10-2-13 Police Arrest Registered Sex Offender For Allegedly Exposing Himself To Kids On L.I.))....((2-12-13 Arrest for Sex Offender Violation))....((2-3-13 Police Arrest a Sex Offender For Public Lewdness In East Northport ))....((Also see hundreds reported by Laura Ahern and

  • Va. House backs state subpoenas to combat child porn
    2-25-15 Virginia: By a 97-1 vote, the House of Delegates on Wednesday passed a Senate measure allowing the state to issue administrative subpoenas - which may be sealed if necessary - to obtain records from computer service service providers as part of child pornography, abduction and prostitution crime investigations. "We've prosecuted or investigated hundreds of these cases and nearly all of

  • Governor signs sex offender bill into law
    2-26-15 Vermont: Gov. Peter Shumlin signed into law a bill to tighten restrictions on sex offenders getting out of prison Wednesday Shumlin thanked House and Senate lawmakers for their work on the bill, which was among the first to be signed this session. H.16 updates current policy for the sex offender registry to require any offender who is maxing out their sentence, meaning they have not

  • Ortt supporting offender limits
    Since when is it a req. to know where a registrant is EVERY MINUTE of the week/day/night? Lawmakers are going nuts with these laws...2-25-2015 New York: State Sen. Robert Ortt, R-North Tonawanda, is sponsoring a bill in the Senate to create a definition of "residence" under the state Sex Offender Registry Act, his office announced this week. Bill S.2981 defines "residency as any place of