Sex search no registration
Three differing systems exist in determining offenders' inclusion in the registry: risk-based, sentence-length-based, and offense-based.
In risk-based systems, the offender is screened against a scientifically validated screening tool, and determination of inclusion is made according to the results.
The law only covers residency and employment restrictions upon a convicted sex offender.
As a general rule, sex offenders may not live with a minor. An offender can live with a minor child as long as the offender is a parent, step-parent, or grandparent, sibling, or stepsibling and as long as: the victim was not the offender's minor child, grandchild, stepchild, sibling, or stepsibling; the minor victim was not residing with the offender at the time of the offense; the offense did not involve forcible compulsion against a minor.
At a bare minimum, you will need to know the individual's first and last name, including the correct spelling.
Each year, during the offender's birth month and every three months thereafter, the offender must report in person to local law enforcement for registration.A person who has been convicted of a felony sex offense as an adult which requires registration and is currently registered.The CBI does not post information concerning the following offenders: (1) Sex offenders only convicted of misdemeanor sex offenses, or (2) Juveniles adjudicated for sex crimes.Sometimes, these include (or have been proposed to include) restrictions on being in the presence of underage persons (under the age of majority), living in proximity to a school or day care center, owning toys or items targeted towards children, or using the Internet.Sex offender registries exist in many English-speaking countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland.