Tuesday, November 12, 2013

DOJ - Sex offender registration & notification in the US - Current case law & issues (08-2013)

Highlights

The SMART Office is pleased to announce the release of the 2013 version of Sex Offender Registration and Notification in the United States: Current Case Law and Issues. This edition updates the 2012 version with new cases, issues raised, and corrections where prior case law has been overturned or modified. There were a number of developments in case law, federal legislation, and administrative policies regarding sex offender registration and notification during the last year.

DOJ - Sex offender registration & notification in the US - Current case law & issues (08-2013)
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3 comments :

NJ45143112 said...

Ummm...
"...benefits earned through dedicated service?"
It would seem to me that if these guys were so dedicated to their jobs they wouldn't have committed crimes that they were sworn to prevent...
I guess when someone said that we should be on the "right side" of the law they meant that we should all be cops so we can benefit from our crimes...
The term "pigs" has never been more appropriate...

Bobb said...

Why should a cop, why should a registered sex offender, why should anyone lose the benefits they have spent years / decades working and paying in for? What does one have to do with the other? Whats next? Making them pay back the salary they have received over the past xxx years?


Whatever they have earned they have EARNED. Deal with the crime, the allegations, the misconduct in an appropriate manner. This is not it.

Sex Offender Issues said...

You have a very valid point, one which we did not think about at the time this articles was posted here.