Latest Sex offender Stories
When someone is caught, charged and prosecuted as a sex offender, they lose a great many rights they once had. Depending on the state, they have to register themselves as an offender, alert their neighbors and even keep a safe distance from any public place where children congregate.
AlertID, a free online and mobile service for members and public safety officials, now provides universal access to and alerts from state sex offender database (“SOD”) information for more
Female sex offenders receive lighter sentences for the same crimes than males.
New York State is taking advantage of a newly passed law to help rid online gaming sites of sexual predators. The project, called “Operation Game Over” purged the rolls of video game platforms in order to protect children from online predators.