Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Fifty State Survey of Adult Sex Offender Registration Laws

Original Article

With the rate that sex offender laws change, keep that in mind, since this study is from 2009.

August 1, 2009

By Brenda V. Smith

This publication is part of a larger scholarly project and one in a series that aims to create a “legal toolkit” for addressing sexual violence in custody. This chart catalogues statutes that address adult sex offender registration requirements in all fifty states, as well as surrounding territories. This chart provides a list of all registrable offenses; indicates whether sex offender registration is required for staff sexual misconduct; details the type of information maintained in the sex offender registry, community notification and other websites; identifies limitations on residency or employment; and identifies the duration of registration.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 244

Keywords: sex offender registration, adult registry, registrable offenses

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Sex Offender Issues said...

We totally agree. These places, like mental hospitals for other non-sexual offenders is suppose to be about caring for human beings, not murdering them.

densogirl said...

I clicked on the link to check MI laws and the list is very incomplete. Michigan had no tiers in 2009. Everyone convicted of a sexual offense was automatically listed on the registry for 25 years. That info as well as the list of offenses is very incomplete.

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Thank you for the info. It sounds pretty user friendly. I guess I’ll pick one up for fun. thank u...

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