New Zealand[ edit ] The New Zealand government has plans to introduce a sex offenders register by the end of It will be managed by the New Zealand Police and information will be shared between the Police, Child, Youth and Family , the Department of Corrections , the Ministry of Social Development , and the Department of Building and Housing —government agencies which deal with child safety. Like the Australian and British registers, the New Zealand sex offenders register will not be accessible to the general public but only to officials with security clearance. It will also include individuals who have been granted name suppression.
Sex offender treatment in prison led to more offending
Understanding Juvenile Sex Offenders
The Maine State Bureau of Identification has not considered or assessed the specific risk of re-offense with regard to any individual prior to his or her inclusion on this website and has made no determination that any individual included on this website is currently dangerous. Individuals included on the website are included solely by virtue of their conviction record and Maine state law. The primary purpose of providing this information is to make the information easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individual. Use of this information to threaten, intimidate, or harass any registrant or any other person may result in criminal prosecution. A complete public record of Maine criminal history can be obtained from the Maine State Police Bureau of Identification. The information contained on this site does not imply listed individuals will commit a specific type of crime in the future, nor does it imply that if a future crime is committed by a listed individual what the nature of that crime may be.
Residential restrictions on individuals convicted of certain sex offenses in Miami-Dade County have rendered hundreds of them homeless. John not his real name was convicted in of a sex offense involving a minor. His homelessness is a direct result of the Lauren Book Child Safety Ordinance , enacted in Miami-Dade County in , which bans individuals convicted of certain sex crimes, including those involving minors, from living within 2, feet of a school. The ordinance was named after Lauren Book who, after being sexually abused by a family nanny, went on to become an advocate of tough penalties for individuals convicted of sex crimes against minors.
Each brief is designed to get key findings from the literature review into the hands of policymakers and practitioners. Overall, the briefs are intended to provide trustworthy, up-to-date information that can be used to identify what works to combat sexual offending and prevent sexual victimization. You can click on the pictures to view their content. This fact sheet is intended for CAC leaders and staff, with guidance on building the response to problematic sexual behaviors, the key role CACs play in addressing this issue, and building community support for the CAC response.