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    oversee offenders outside of jail or prison. They are administered by agencies or courts with the legal authority to enforce sanctions. Community corrections include probation — correctional supervision within the community rather than jail or prison and parole‚ also a period of conditional‚ supervised release from prison. Evaluating sex offenders residency restrictions restrictions can how mapping can inform police: * Many locations have implemented residency laws that prohibit sex offenders

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    four women are statistically shown to recieve a sexual assault in their lifetime. Sex Offenders are a danger to men and women everywhere. Megan’s law gives each state the privalge to make private and personal information about regesister sex offenders accessable to the public. In Michigan‚ "all offenders are entered locally by a probation/parole agent or criminial justice agency that deal with offenders. Offenders must be registestered after conviction (Megan’s..)" and be published. Megan’s law has

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    Juvenile Sexual Offender As we all know‚ throughout the years‚ we’ve heard of many sad stories of juvenile sex offenders ad offenses. So what is a juvenile sex offender? “A juvenile sex offender is defined as a youth‚ from puberty to the legal age of majority‚ who commits any sexual act with a person of any age‚ against the victims will‚ without consent‚ or in an aggressive‚ exploitive or threatening manner.” The sex offenses usually start from about age 14 or 15

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    Juvenile Sex Offenders: A new issue in the Juvenile Justice System Morgan Cotter Juvenile Justice CJ 307-A Dr. Monica Robbers Marymount University December 7‚ 2009 Juvenile Sex Offenders: A new issue in the Juvenile Justice System The classification and treatment of juvenile sex offenders is a unique issue in the Juvenile Justice System today. This is either because we do not have much research on the recidivism rates of repeat

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    for a sex offender registry to be implemented here in the Bahamas. Prior to Marco Archer’s cruel killing‚ in 2003 four young boys between the ages of eleven and fourteen were found dead with signs of sexual assault in Freeport‚ Grand Bahama. These two alarming cases sparked a fuse in the House of Assembly and more emphasis was now being placed on the creation of a sex offender registry. While it is true that something needs to be done about the situation‚ is the implementation of a sex offender registry

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    It has long been suspected that sex offenders have lower IQs than non-sex offenders. Studies on the topic go as far back as 80 years. A large number of these studies on the topic of sex offender IQ‚ however‚ use no classification scheme to break down the sex offenses by subcategories‚ such as the age group of victim or age group of the offender. In fact‚ all of the previous studies on the topic of sexual offender IQ lump all subjects into a single‚ heterogeneous sample with no distinguishing

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    Introduction Who are adolescent sex offenders? In its basic and most simple form adolescent sex offenders could be defined as any juvenile male or female‚ approximately between the ages of 12 and 17 years of age who commit any sexual act with another person‚ unlawfully against that persons will‚ regardless of age limit. Research has suggested that adolescent sexual offenders are also embedded in multiple systems (family‚ peer‚ school) in which dysfunctional transactions are rather evident. There

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    person that can be place on the National Sex Offender Registry is age 6. Yes‚ a kindergarten and be found to be a sexual predator as society puts it. Individuals on the registry are all treated equal by the public no matter the details of their actual crime. Even though the sex offender registry is a positive tool in the protection of society‚ the registry needs to be evaluated because sexual assault is not the only form of child abuse‚ non-violent offenders are on the registry‚ and children are now

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    Juvenile sex offenders are frequently treated in the same manner as their adult counterparts with regards to punishment and sex offender registering. “Nationally‚ juvenile sex offenders make up 20% of all individuals charged with sexual offenses (McGinnis‚ 2006).” Placing a sex offender label on a juvenile may unjustifiably put restrictions on his or her opportunities in adulthood so it is for this reason that cases involving juvenile sex offenders should be prosecuted cautiously. The term “sex offender”

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    specific to registration of the sex offender. In the state of Georgia the regulation that covers the registration of sex offenders is O.C.G.A 42-1-12 (. Procedural guidelines related to the implementation of the registration/publication program (how long do they have to register? Who pays for registration/publication? etc.) Sex offenders must typically register prior to or upon release from confinement and/or sentenced to community supervision. The sex offender will have 72 hours to register

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