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...Sex offenders. Sexual abuse often involves deriving sexual pleasure from an unwilling person. There are different forms of sexual abuse which include sexual intercourse, fondling, juvenile prostitution and sexual exploitation through child pornography. Child sexual abuse occurs when a child is used for sexual purposes by an adult and is the most widespread form of abuse. It is a form of betrayal of trust and an abuse of power over the child. In most cases the perpetrators of these sexual offences are males and the defenseless young girls are victims. Research has shown that most sexual offences are committed by members of the lowest socio-economic classes...
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Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offenders Summary Relationship – based physical abuses remain among the leading causes of concerns registered in the variouslegal structures across the world. The United States has registered a significant number of such cases over the history of the existence of its judicial structures. The contemporary society has engaged in a number of reforms that steer towards the recognition of these acts among the criminal acts. The depth of such violence remains elemental in their categorization as acts of crime. Relationship – based abuses remains described along the level of interaction shared by the involved parties as well as the magnitude of their assault...
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Juvenile Sex Offenders consequences
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...Sex Offenders Consequences Juvenile sex offenders are sex offenders that are under the legal age that constitutes them as an adult. It is because of their age that they are not often enough tried for their crimes. Instead, their behavior is brushed off as adolescent misbehavior and they receive a slap on the wrist and are sent on their way once more. It is also because of their age that they are not always allowed to be tried as adults, depending of the severity of their crimes and the jurisdiction that they are being tried in. Fortunately, more states are beginning to adhere more to the laws set down to adult sex offenders, using those consequences on minors. These punishments include... Juvenile Sex...
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Sex offenders in Australia
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...Sex Offenders in Australia Introduction Without a doubt, sex offenses, particularly of the young and vulnerable, are crimes of the highest order. There is nothing so heartbreaking as the sight of a mother grieving the loss of her missing child, and then finding out that that child has been raped and murdered at a tender young age. Indeed, when faced with such a nightmare and when society is confronted with such an outrage, instinctive impulse would be to punish the wrongdoer and punish his perverse and deviant behaviour. Society has a responsibility to protect the victims and punish the guilty, as well as enact measures to ensure that sex offenses are prevented from taking... ?“Naming and Shaming” of Sex ...
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Online sex offenders
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...Sex Offenders of Affiliation: Online Sex Offenders Introduction The modern world has intensively used the internet for communication and research work; however, some people misuse this noble technology because they use it to commit sex offences. The bad news is that the online sex offenders mainly target the children where they distribute them with pornographic materials or soliciting for personal sexual contact. Consequently, the affected children together with their families are harmed in the process. The main mode utilized by the sexual offender to reach the minors is through social networking sites, which include, Facebook, tweeter, and MySpace (Wolak & Finkerhal, 2009). One... of the...
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Sex Offenders' Registration
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...Sex Offenders’ Regulations The legislature of Louisiana passed its first law with a man to register individuals convicted of sex offenses in 1992. The enactment of the Wetterlin87g Act in 1994 provided guidelines that all states were encouraged to follow in sex offenders registration programs. The regulations require that any person who has been convicted or who has been charged in a court law any a case of sexual offences is under obligation to register and notify authorities. In the initial registration a sexual offender has to register with the sheriff of the town. It is also a...
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Parent's of Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offender Sexual abuse is not just about abuse of power. It’s also about mental illness. Experts posit that when a person used his power, authority, strength or is driven by disorder to commit sexual act with the victim’s resistance, this is sexual abuse. Psychologist’s observed how sexual abuser manipulates the trust of the victim to enforce criminal designs or employ threat or force to maim them to quiet their bad experiences. Parents of sexual offender, especially those too absorbed on their careers, cannot immediately know of the criminal act unless reported or shared by victim or the offender. Or, even if it’s known, the parent of an offender could be in denial and attest... Topic: Parent’s Of...
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Criminal Justice -Sex Offenders-
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...Sex Offenders- Introduction Sexually-related offenses are offenses which have been monitored thoroughly because of the dangers that offenders pose on society in general. These sexual offenders have been known to serve their sentence and then when released, are likely to go back to committing sexual offences. Hence, various legal provisions have been passed in order to monitor the movements of these sexual offenders. Various states have addressed the registration and/or publication of a database of convicted sex offenders who are returned to parole of probation supervision. This paper shall focus on Florida’s provisions on the registration and/or publication of a sexual offenders... Criminal Justice...
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Psychological Treatment of Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offenders A sex criminal is an individual who commits a sex felony. This individual violates the sexual legislation. The main issue surrounding sexual criminals is how to reprimand or rehabilitate them. Media publicize the commitment and the prevalence of sexual offenses as well as the criminals involved. However, it is the obligation of society and legislators to decrease the prevalence of this crime. In addition, they should devise techniques to evade the crimes, as well as reprimand sexual criminals. There exists controversy on whether to send sexual criminals to penitentiaries or to a treatment facility. In 1980s, Federal rules... ? Ethical Considerations in the Psychological Treatment of Sex...
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Psychological Analis of Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offenders of Affiliate Registration of sexual offenders is important since it deters offenders from repeat offenses, protects communities from the offenders and assists authorities in keeping track of the offenders. The federal codes with regard to registration and/or publication of offenders are just guidelines and the stated are mandated to construct their own legislations. The state of Minnesota has its own legislations which include the Minnesota Statute 243.166 and Community Identification Act. Over the years questions have been raised regarding constitutional challenges and concerns. Introduction Over the years the approaches to legislations governing... the registration and the...
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Behavirol and Socail Sciences on Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offenders Introduction Sex offenders are the persons who behave abnormally when interact with the other persons of opposite sex and commit crime by indulging in forceful sex (Anna C. Salter, 2003). They are the persons who are criminally charged and convicted of sex crime. In other words, their behavior is unexpected and deviates significantly from the normal expectation when deal with the other persons. Sex offenders are commonly found in work places, schools and public places (Dennis Stevens, 2001). In USA, the definition of sex offenders differs from state to state. Megan’s law is generally used in USA... to punish the sex offenders and to reduce their...
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Texas state laws on sex offenders
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...sex offenders In order to be registered as a sex offender, one needs to have been convicted of a crime that involves a sexual act by the state or federal law, which requires that they be put on the sex offender list after release or parole (Agan 210). In Texas State, the law requires that the adult or juvenile who has committed a crime register with the law enforcement agency in the city they live in, should they not live in one they should register with whatever law enforcement authority is in place. The registration involves the provision of information that is inclusive, albeit not limited to the sexual offenders’ name, address, color photograph the nature of the offence and any... Texas laws on sex ...
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Sex Offenders: When both parties are victims
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...Sex Offenders: When Both Parties are Victims The essay aims to present a research on individuals being charged as sex offenders when both parties have consented to the act. As indicated, the discourse would focus on methods of nonviolent techniques using the information provided in "198 Methods of Nonviolent Actions" from The Albert Einstein Institution. From among the techniques, one would determine the appropriate method that could be used for this issue. Sex Offenders: When Both Parties are Victims Violence has been manifested in many forms. The Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences...
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Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offenders Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders Cruelty and severe punishment to sex offenders has become a controversial issue in the society. Sex offenders tend to subject torture and rape to young children. Sex offenders to young children portray the inhumanity of people in the modern society. It becomes a pity to hear of a twelve-year-old child’s abduction or rape. The reason as to why these people perform such animal behaviors remains a question at hand. Technological change has induced measures on how to monitor and take actions upon sex offenders in the society. Although technology has improvised these devices, the major... Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex...
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Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offenders Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders Cruelty and severe punishment to sex offenders has become a controversial issue in the society. Sex offenders tend to subject torture and rape to young children. Sex offenders to young children portray the inhumanity of people in the modern society. It becomes a pity to hear of a twelve-year-old child’s abduction or rape. The reason as to why these people perform such animal behaviors remains a question at hand. Technological change has induced measures on how to monitor and take actions upon sex offenders in the society. Although technology has improvised these devices, the major... ? Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for...
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Paradigm Shift in Penology: Rehabilitation of Sex Offenders
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...Sex Offenders Society has been continually beset by a great number of criminal offenses that it needs to manage, if not eradicate entirely. This immense burden encompasses numerous kinds and gravities of legal violations. One very serious aspect and a growing concern for most government and judicial authorities, health practitioners, non-government agencies and the public in general is the rise of sex crimes. Next to substance abusers, sex criminals are the rapidly-increasing part of prison populations. Sex offenders, irrefutably, who are considered a looming threat to communities, entailed to be dealt with properly to maintain law... ?Word Count 969 Paradigm Shift in Penology: Rehabilitation of Sex...
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Effective ways to decreasing sexual drive in sex offenders
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...sex offenders Lecturer: Effective ways to decreasing sexual drive in sex offenders Introduction Sexual offenses such as rape, sexual assault, and child molestation are some of the heinous crimes that occur in the society thus forcing the policy makers to implement effective ways of decreasing the sexual drive of sex offenders in order to minimize repeat offenses (Reamer, 2005). Aggravated sexual contact, abusive sexual contact, and sexual abuse of minor or ward are all considered serious crimes in the US (Reamer, 2005). Sexual offenders may be motivated to commit such heinous acts due to their arousal patterns thus use of behavioral interventions... Effective ways of to decreasing sexual drive in sex...
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Sex Offenders has to be related to criminal justice
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...sex offenders. Thus, effort has to be made to tighten the sex offender laws as a way of deterring the perpetrators from committing the offence. Against this background, this essay is mainly concerned with analyzing the magnitude of the offence as well as different types of cases that are more common. It starts by explaining what constitutes a sexual offence and the body of the essay will develop to incorporate different forms of sexual offences. An attempt will be made to establish the extent... ?The recurrence of sexual offences in different parts of the societies we live in the world is a cause for concern and there is need for concerted efforts to ensure that criminal justice prevails against the sex...
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Sex Offenders See No Wrong to the Behavior with their Victims
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...sex offender integrates with a baseline of understanding with relation to guilt/remorse. As such, the main determinants that drive this realization are elaborated upon, analyzed, and weighted in terms of overall psychological effects that they likely have in forming the opinion of the sex offender. Accordingly, the determinant factors of lack of sympathy, the existence of an altered form of reality, and lastly, a complete lack of sympathy will all be engaged in seeking to define the experience that is oftentimes indicative of the broad majority of sex offenders. By seeking to analyze each of these to a full and complete extent... ? Section/# The following analysis focuses upon the means by which the sex...
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Sex Offenders in the Criminal Justice System
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...offenders more eagerly than to feel compassion to victims. Women that become victims of sexual violence are very different: some of them are very young and naive others are much older and more experienced. Some of them become victims of family members, friends, colleagues, acquaintances, others... Visiting sexual violent treatment center is a challenging issue as it is difficult to figure out how to behave oneself and communicate to victims. Moreover, sexual violence is a taboo topic in society in most cases which means that people are not prone to discuss it freely even with the closest people. The attitude to victims of sexual violence is ambivalent in the world because some people seem to justify...
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Should offenders be subjected to public punishment, such as sex offender registration and DUI license plates
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...offenders be ed to public punishment, such as sex offender registration and DUI license plates? Statistical information on sex abuse Understanding the magnitude of a problem is critical when one wants to come up with a solution. We agree that sexual abuse and molestation is an issue of concern in the nation. In order to argue on whether the punishment for the offenders is rational or not, we have to have holistic understanding of the situation (Thomas 228). We need to understand the victims, offenders and the rate of prevalence of the crime. Sex abuse is a crime as it is against the penal code of the nation. According to the national health statistics, 44% of the victims of sexual abuse... Should...
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Sex Offender Registration Laws: Need for Change
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...Sex Offender Registration Laws: Need for Change of the English of the Concerned Teacher July 30, Sex Offender Registration Laws: Need for Change There is no denying the fact that the public opinion regarding sex related offenses and sex offenders tends to be so charged that people seldom try to consider the fact that the contemporary sex offenders registration laws tend to be obsolete and need to be changed (Etzioni, 2006, p. 43). For the purpose of law is to extend punishment to the culprits and to provide safety and security to the...
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Sexual Offenders and Predators
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...offenders had previous records of sex crimes. Their stories moved the Federal government to enact laws requiring States to penalize sexual offenders and predators; and track them after released from legal custody believing that they have a high propensity to recidivate. However, as state statutes keep modifying, registration and notification requirements also keep multiplying – only becoming more than stringent and harmful to the convicted sex offender... . This paper will provide statistical information in the hope to empirically determine whether reporting requirements influence the recidivating behavior of a convicted sex offender or predator....
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ANALYSIS OF SEX OFFENDER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
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...Sex Offender Management Practices 0 Introduction In 1981, Adam Walsh, a six-year old boy was abducted in Florida, his severed head later surfaced; in 1989, Jacob Wetterling, an 11-year old boy was abducted in Minnesota and since then, had never been seen; in 1996, Megan Kanka, a seven-year old girl from New Jersey was raped and killed by a convicted sex offender in her neighborhood, and; in 2005, Jessica Lunsford, a nine-year old girl was abducted, raped and murdered in Florida by her neighbor (Logan 2007 5-7; Levenson & Hern 2007 60). These dastardly acts drew anger and alarm and precipitated the passing of various legislations such as the Jacob Wetterling Act, which mandated sex... Analysis of Sex...
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Sex Offender Registration and Recidivism
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...Sex offender registration and recidivism   Introduction  Convicted sex offenders’ registers have been public for almost a decade in the judiciary ofthe United States. The quandary of sexual violence and related offending is a national legislative precedence as confirmed by frequent sex offender-specific policies endorsed at the federal settings in recent years. Its authenticity, need and transparency have paved the way for serious debates about the dangers of sex offender pretence to society and the rights and wrongs of making their...
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The Substance of Justice Assignment - Sex Offender Records
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...Sex Offender Records Like other counties in the Harris County has 63 sex offenders who are in the records of the Texas Department of Public Safety. The offenders are documented according to the type of sex offence he or she committed and the magnitude of the offense (Texas Department of Public Safety n.p). It is worth noting that majority, if not all, of the sex offenders are male who have harassed a female citizen. Most of the sex offenders on record have different types and degrees of offence. The prominent type of...
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Are Sex Offender Registration and Notification Laws Effective
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...Sex Offender Registration and Notification Laws Effective? Many studies that include the study carried out by the Department of Justice, demonstrate that most of the sex offender do not carry out the same actions again. This shows that the sex offender acts that are being implemented by the Department of Justice are successful. Support of the society and steadiness is very important in the treatment of the sex offenders. When these sex offenders are published on the internet this frequently results in the loss of job, homes, causes disturbance in their treatment as there is lack of support from the society and their own family, nuisance and violent behaviour. Notifying the public about sex... Are Sex...
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Sex offender database
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...Sex Offender Database Increased media attention on the problem of sex offenders preying on innocent andunsuspecting children in the white-washed, squeaky-clean suburbs of America has spurned a widespread public backlash upon sex offenders that takes a very narrow view regarding the laws being proposed to stop them. High profile cases such as that of Adam Walsh, a young boy abducted out of a shopping mall right out from under the eyes of his watchful TV personality parents and Jessica Lundsford, who was raped and murdered by a man who had already been convicted as a sex...
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Sexual Offenders Registration
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...Sex Offender Registration A sex offender is a person who lives and works in the commonwealth and has been convicted of asex offense. It is also a person who has been adjudicated as a juvenile delinquent or youthful offender because of sexual offense. The term could also be used to refer to a person who has come out of incarceration or probation because sexual offense. Registration of sexual offenders with local authorities is an issue of great contention. Serving prison, conviction or probation terms is reason enough why sexual offenders should not be registered....
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Sexual Offenders
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...sex offenders combined with effective collaboration of the different stakeholders. Research has shown that recidivism rates are high for sexual offenders after they are released from prison. This is despite the various... ?Running Head: SEXUAL OFFENDERS Topic: Sexual Offenders Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction Sexual offenses are prevalent and pose a serious health problem in the society. The sexual offenses range from sexual coercion or rape, sexual assault, and child molestation. Reports indicate that between 6% and 45% of women and 3% and 30% of men are sexually victimized while 1 in 10 women are sexually victimized from the age of 16 (Fenner 2008 p. 74). There is no known cause of such...
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The public should legally be able to view the sex offender registry to protect their family
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...sex offender registry to protect their family Sexoffenders are people who have been convicted of committing sexual crimes. The definitions of sexual crimes vary depending on the legislation of a state. In some states even urination in the public where there are children who can see is categorized as sex crime, the same applies to sending text messages with obscene sexual content or sexual suggestions between an adult and a teenager. According to Tofte, Sara and Jamie (2007), these ranges from extreme sex acts like statutory rape, child sexual abuse and molestation, bestiality, incest and even sexual assault which are common across all states in the US... The public should legally be able to view the sex ...
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Sexual Offenders & Forensic Psychology
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...offenders. Forensic psychology is a form of treatment that has been found to be very effective for this group of people. While treatment has worked for some of the sex offenders, it has not worked for others, who go back to sexual offenses. Short History of Sexual Offense and Punishment Sexual offense has been a major problem since the ancient times. There are always people who are involved in this offense in any given society at any time. Sexual offenses in the past were at several degrees. Virgin women were thought to have religious powers to fight evil spirits. Rape against virgins was common in those times. Men used to rape women so that they could have the religious powers... ? Sexual Offenders &...
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Should the Sex Offender Registry be abolished
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...Sex Offender Registry be abolished? al Affiliation Public notification of the release of sex offendershas been a national policy in the United States since 1996, through a system known as public sex offender registration. This was aimed at protecting people, especially women and children from dangerous sex offenders, who get released from prisons. In recent years, fierce debates have risen regarding this issue as opponents argue that the public sex offender registry does not work and should be abolished, while proponents argue that it should be retained, since it has been effective in preventing sexual violence to some extent, and reducing cases of sexual reoffending. This paper argues... ? Should the...
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California's sex offender registration
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...sex offender registration and Section # of California's sex offender registration The California Department of Justice (DOJ) is the respective body responsible for the creation and maintenance of the sex offender’s database. The law of the state entails, as according to the California Penal Code section 290, that persons who are convicted of particular crimes, which are specified, must register themselves as ‘sex offenders’ with the local law enforcement agency. Some of the crimes which make the offender eligible for registration are: rape, assault to commit rape, lewd behavior with a child under 16 years of age, sexual molestation of a less than 18 child, statutory rape, and even... ? California's sex...
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The Effectiveness of Sex Offender Registration and Notification (SORN): A Matter of Success vs. Consequences
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...Sex Offender Registration and Notification: A Matter of Success vs. Consequences Due Date Introduction Sex crimes are probably the most shocking, disturbing, and enraging, all too commonly, occurring criminal act. We fear rapists and we are ever consciously fearful of potential pedophiles stalking children. It can be a rather frightening world full of very dangerous people. Being able to protect ourselves, our children, and all those that we love is paramount. The need to warn, protect, and, ultimately, discourage that criminally sexual behavior has inspired a number of laws geared exactly toward that goal. The Sex Offender Registration and Notification, or SORN, laws were... ? The Effectiveness of Sex...
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Civil Committment of Sexual Offenders
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...Offenders Civil commitment depends on a clinical assessment of the sex offender's risk of re-offense and the court's determination of whether or not the offender meets the criteria for commitment. There are several forms of sex offender civil commitment, and the states have chosen to implement laws in different ways. In Kansas, the civil commitment process is constitutional and it involves the confinement of criminal offenders who are deemed to be sexually violent and have been found to have some kind of mental abnormality that makes them dangerous to those around them. Minnesota allows for civil commitment of sex offenders who have completed their jail terms, a provision... ?Civil Commitment of Sexual...
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Sex Offending Essay
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...Sex Offenders Sexual abuse and sexual crimes are the most typical crimes in the USA affected 1,477 people in 2007. The problem with sex is that people are all vulnerable. The truth is that comparatively few people are murdered in the course of muggings, kidnaps or armed robberies. Many more are slain by rapists, sex attackers... Outline Introduction 2. Pros i. Sexual behavior as low visible ii. Fear of revenge and cruelty iii. Difficult to control by ities iv. Sexual abuse is difficult to predict and prevent 3. Cons i. Sexual abuse as a deviant behavior ii. Burden on justice system 4. Conclusion Your Name Professor's Name Course Title 07 February 2008 Why Stronger Laws should be in Place for Sex ...
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...Sex Offenders from SN Sites? Introduction There is a current drive by the executive and legislative arms of the government to reform data protection laws and polices. Similarly, federal courts are also increasingly banning sex offenders from joining social networking (SN) sites. Thus, membership of SN sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace is one area that the current data protection reforms target (Wynton, p. 1859). Consequently, the public has taken sides to assess the effects of these judicial actions with regards to SN membership for sex offenders, who are among groups whose membership in SN sites is under review. While some support the banning... ? of Lecturer] Law Should the Government Ban...
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Analyse and research of area related to criminology (based on article))
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...Offenders A growing area of concern in criminology is the use of the internet to perpetuate criminal activity. Perhaps one of the most disturbing uses for the internet is as a predatory tool by sex offenders to target children and the underage as part of sexual deviance. Previously, the use of the internet to target vulnerable individuals has been considered an almost wholly male activity, with female sex offenders receiving less attention by the media and conventional academic literature alike. However, this is a false representation of the crime, as women are also likely to use the internet as a tool for sex crime, and thus represent a danger (Elliott, 1994... ). The purpose of this research...
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SEX CRIMES
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...Sex Crimes Sex Crimes College Sex crimes aggravate anger and fear in the neighbourhood which paved the way for the enactment laws to prevent sexual violence like registration of sex offenders, notification to community (Megan’s law), and restrictions on residence, electronic monitoring and civil commitment. This research essay will analyse the various types of sex offenses, the strategies to reduce the sex offenses, the statistical data on sex offenses, classification of sex offenses and Megan’s law in USA and the ways and means to reduce...
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Sex Offending
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...Sex-related offenses are crimes that strike the greatest amount of concern and reaction because of their impact to victims and their tendency to victimize vulnerable members of society such as juveniles and women. This perspective is one of the main reasons why many countries, including the U.K, have adopted statutes that required the special provisions for offenders which include psychotherapy as part of their sentence as monitoring and notification of the physical movement of offenders (Shoham, 2001). Based on the U.K's Sex Offenders Act 1997, convicted sex offenders convicted, under custodial or community sentence or those released back to the community but remain under correctional... Introduction...
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Critically review the research evidence for two psychological explanations of sex offending behaviour that may apply to Mr Z
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...sex offending behavior that may apply to Mr. Z: A very interesting case study is presented by Wilcox, Foss, and Donathy (2005) based on the behavioral analysis of a high-profile sex offender who is introduced as Mr. Z. This study is fraught with scientific evidence of reputable nature with the help of which it digs with acute intelligence into the hidden mental and behavioral aspects of Mr. Z’s notorious character. Basically, the purpose of this review is to critically analyze the extent to which two popular psychological explanations for sex offending behavior namely attachment theory and intimacy deficits can be applied... ?Critically review the research evidence for two psychological explanations of...
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Persuasive Paper
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...Sex Offender Registration Laws: Need for Change of the English of the Concerned Teacher July 30, Sex Offender Registration Laws: Need for Change There is no denying the fact that the public opinion regarding sex related offenses and sex offenders tends to be so charged that people seldom try to consider the fact that the contemporary sex offenders registration laws tend to be obsolete and need to be changed (Etzioni, 2006, p. 43). For the purpose of law is to extend punishment to the culprits and to provide safety and security to the...
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Commercialism of Sex Crimes by the Media
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...Sex Crimes by the Media Essay 161 words Commercialism of Sex Crimes by the Media Over the years there havebeen fears and anxieties concerning the safety of people with the increased number of sexual offenders. This has seriously affected the public perception of sexual offences, and since the media houses touch on current issues that affect the people, they cover such reports passionately. The media is the eye for the people and covers such stories to ensure that justice is served to the people concerned; i.e. the victim and the offender as justice needs to be done to both. However, some media houses often use this fear in the people to enhance business prospects. They know... ? Commercialism of Sex...
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Dangerousness and Dangerous Offenders
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...offenders A sexual offence can be described as the commission of acts of a sexual nature against an individual without the consent of the individual. This can take various forms resulting into various types of sex offenders. There exist different types of sexual offenders and they include those offending against adults, those offending against children and those regarded as sexual murderers. The various forms of sexual offence include that person who is in possession of illegal pornographic materials, that person who exposes themselves indecently and those who offend children (Badgley, Canada. Dept. of Justice, & Canada. Health and Welfare Canada... Restrictive measures to protect the public from sexual...
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Sex Crimes: Rape, Child Molestation, Sexual Assaults
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...Sex Crimes: Rape, Child Molestation, Sexual Assaults The issue of sex crimes has been contentious for many years. There have been myths about the causes of sexual offending ranging from the view that sexual offending is as a form of hereditary issue to sexual offending being attributed to mental illness. This paper will articulate on the nature of the sex crimes, and psychological, social, biological, and cognitive characteristics of typical sex offenders. Sex Crimes: Rape, Child Molestation, Sexual Assaults There have been various...
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Sex Crimes: Rape, Child Molestation, Sexual Assaults
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...Sex Crimes: Rape, Child Molestation, Sexual Assaults The issue of sex crimes has been contentious for many years. There have been myths about the causes of sexual offending ranging from the view that sexual offending is as a form of hereditary issue to sexual offending being attributed to mental illness. This paper will articulate on the nature of the sex crimes, and psychological, social, biological, and cognitive characteristics of typical sex offenders. Sex Crimes: Rape, Child Molestation, Sexual Assaults There have been various...
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Tougher laws and punishments for child molesters
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...sex offender’s notification process to be blocked. In a similar ruling, Chief Justice Thomas Moyer, Justice Paul Pfeifer, and Justice Maureen O’Conner unanimously ruled that sex offenders can request for their movement notification to be blocked. However, in the State of Ohio, sex offenders who are in the Tier III level will automatically have their addresses reported to the community by police officers. Even these violent sex offenders have the right to request... ?Tougher Laws and Punishments for Child Molesters Ohio’s Notification Process As a result of past court rulings, tougher laws and punishments have been enforced for child molesters. In an Ohio Supreme Court ruling, the judge granted a sex...
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Tougher laws and punishments for child molesters
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...sex offender’s notification process to be blocked. In a similar ruling, Chief Justice Thomas Moyer, Justice Paul Pfeifer, and Justice Maureen O’Conner unanimously ruled that sex offenders can request for their movement notification to be blocked. However, in the State of Ohio, sex offenders who are in the Tier III level will automatically have their addresses reported to the community by police officers. Even these violent sex offenders have the right to request... Tougher Laws and Punishments for Child Molesters Ohio’s Notification Process As a result of past court rulings, tougher laws and punishments have been enforced for child molesters. In an Ohio Supreme Court ruling, the judge granted a sex...
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Overview of Sex Offender Registration - Effective or Not
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...Sex Offender Registration – Effective or Not Sex Offender Registration – Effective or Not [Institute’s Sex Offender Registration – Effective or Not Introduction A sex offender refers to a person who has been involved in a crime related to sex. This may include sexual abuse, rape, adultery, and criminal transmission of HIV, prostitution, sexual harassment, pimping and others. Countries including United States, United Kingdom, and Australia require these sex offenders to register with the country through the process of sex offender registration (Ward, Laws & Hudson, 2003). In the United States, this information is made available to the public since 1995 (Zimring, 2004). It was in 1994... Running Head: Sex ...
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