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What Is A Sex Offender?

Sex offenders are criminals that have been found guilty (or have pleaded no contest) of a sex crime. According to The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, there are currently over 716,750 registered sex offenders living in the United States. These are individuals that often appear to look like anyone else and often live in normal neighborhoods. Fortunately, the local authorities of each municipality is required to keep a close eye on convicted sex offenders that have been released from prison. This is true even for sex offenders that have been living free for many years. A sex offender must register their name into the sex offenders registry and notify police when they move into a new area so that the police can keep tabs on them. While the trend is growing, not all states or municipalities have residence restriction clauses that determine how close child molesters are allowed to live to schools, parks and playgrounds.

What Crimes Are Considered Sex Crimes?

Sex crimes, commonly referred to as a sex offense should not be loosely defined as a crime involving sex. The US Judicial System's definition of a sex crime is “to knowingly cause another person to engage in an unwanted sexual act by force or threat.” Therefore, acts such as sexual child abuse, exposing oneself in public places (visual sexual aggression), or rape are considered sex crimes. However, prostitution is a crime that involves sex but it does not fall under this category. In order for a sex crime to be committed there must be an unwanted sexual act. Keep in mind that any sexual act is considered unwanted if it is with someone who has not reached the age of consent. An individual that is found to be in possession of child pornography can be charged with a sex crime as well.

Statutory Rape

Statutory rape or carnal abuse is when sexual intercourse occurs between an adult and a minor (one who has not reached the age of consent). An adult who commits statutory rape will face a stiff prison sentence and placed into the sex offender's registry. This is true even if both parties are consenting. In the eyes of the law, a minor is not mature enough to give consent so it is considered a sex crime. The details behind any statutory rape case will be revealed in the offender's court records. It's also possible to get full detailed information on a criminal by making use of an online public records database.

What Is The Difference Between A Sex Offender And A Sexual Predator?

While these words are often used interchangeably, there is a difference in the legal sense. To make things even more confusing, the differences vary slightly from state to state. Generally speaking, a sexual predator is a criminal convicted of a first-degree felony sex crime, or two second-degree felony sex crimes. This special designation must be issued in writing and ruled on by a judge. A sexual predator is required to follow the the same rules as sex offenders (registration with law enforcement, keeping a safe distance from schools, etc.) but are normally watched more cautiously. Most public online criminal record checks will show sex offenders and inform you if the sexual predator designation has been placed on the suspect. CriminalsCheck.com is a site that provides this type of information.

Megan's laws

Megans laws were created in memory of Megan Kanka, a seven year girl that was kidnapped, raped and murdered by a repeat sex offender. The law requires local law enforcement agencies to keep record of all convicted sex offenders in a sex offender registry. They must also make each sexual predator's information available for researching.

Because of Megan's Law, criminals that are on the sex offender list must always inform law enforcement before moving to a new location and keep them updated on any changes that may need to go into their file. In addition, Megans Law forces local law enforcement to inform neighbors of any “high risk” offenders that are moving into a community. Neighborhood notification is only a requirement for what the police would consider extremely dangerous and violent sex criminals.

Sex Offender Registry

The sex offender registry or sex offender list is a giant database that is compiled and stored in each state. Because each state has control over how much information is allowed on the file, the amount of information will vary. However, each file will normally display the name, and personal information (age, current address, tattoos) about the sex offender, and there will also be the most recent photo of the criminal. In addition, the date of conviction and details surrounding the case will usually be displayed in the sex offenders registry. This information can be derived by searching through the database for perspective offenders that may be in your area.

How Close To A School Can A Sex Offender Live?

As mentioned above, not all states or municipalities have residence restriction clauses that determine how close child molesters are allowed to live to schools, parks and playgrounds. Even the one's that do offer this level of protection have varying distances. The truth is, local police units are either inefficient at forcing child molesters to adhere to this law or are extremely lenient on the issue. This is evident after reviewing a study held in 2009 by a San Diego State University watchdog group. They showed that 70% of sex offenders in their area live within the area of parks and schools. Several convicted child molesters were found living directly across the street from local schools.

Unfortunately, this is a debate heard all across the country. The most common response from registered sex offenders is that there is nowhere for them to go and they are forced to live near schools or parks. A good public online criminal record service will allow you to enter your zip code and show you the exact name and address of all of the sex offenders living in your community. Criminalscheck.com will do this and then give you detailed information about each offender and the crimes that they have committed.

What Is The Difference Between A Sex Offender And A Sexual Predator?

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How Do I Locate Sex Offenders In My Neighborhood?

The US Department of Justice requires each state to offer a public registry where an average person can type in the name of a sex offender and retrieve the information. Unfortunately, there are a few flaws with this system. You must first be aware that this person is a sex offender. What if you want to find out about sex offenders in your neighborhood? Well, this system does not allow you to search by zip code. That is where a good public online criminal record service will allow you to enter your zip code and show you the exact name and address of all of the sex offenders living in your community.

Criminalscheck.com will do this and then give you detailed information about each offender and the crimes that they have committed. You will also find that a public online criminal record service will give you more information because the information is being pulled from numerous databases.

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