United States State Offender Registries

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Sarah's Law - the child sex offender disclosure scheme allows anyone to ask the police under certain circumstances. In our media-savvy, tech-focused map age, it is a sad fact we spend less time speaking offenders our neighbours, with some of us going years without knowing who we're sharing a street with.

The reality is one of your neighbours could be a registered sex offender - a paedophile or a rapist. But what you might not know is there is a way of finding out if anyone potentially dangerous to your little ones lives in your neighbourhood.

Parents have the right to ask the police for information related to convicted sex offenders under a ruling called Sarah's Law - set up after the murder of eight-year-old Sarah Payne in The law was developed in consultation with Offenders Payne, whose eight-year-old daughter Sarah was murdered by a convicted paedophile.

Sarah, who lived in Hersham, Surrey, disappeared on the evening of July 1, from a cornfield near the home of her paternal grandparents in Kingston Gorse, West Sussex. A body was found on July 17, in a field near Pulborough, some 15 miles from Sex Gorse where she had disappeared.

It was confirmed as Sarah. Roy Whiting was convicted of the abduction and murder of Sarah on December 12, sex sentenced to life imprisonment. After he was convicted, it was revealed sex Whiting had previously abducted and sexually assaulted an eight-year-old girl and had served offenders years in prison for that crime.

Ms Payne campaigned to bring in a law which allows every parent in the country to know if dangerous offenders are living in their area. A wide variety of people are placed on the Sex Offenders' Register every year, after receiving a caution or being convicted of an offence.

This could be, for example, a man who received a caution for having smacked a girl on the buttocks while she was passing him on the street, a year-old female teacher who had sexual intercourse with her year-old student, or at the very serious end of the scale, someone like Roy Whiting, who killed Sarah Payne.

Similarly, sex offenders are on the Sex Offenders' Register for differing lengths of time, depending on the type of offence:. Important: If you feel a child is in immediate danger, you should call straight away. In all other map that are not an emergency, you can request information relating to a child that you are in a position to protect or safeguard by calling or visit your local police station.

If police checks show the individual has a record for child sexual map, or other offences that might put the child at risk, the police will consider sharing this information.

You should know that disclosure is not guaranteed - the police will only consider telling the person best placed to protect the child — usually a parent, carer map guardian — if the person being checked has a record of child sexual offences or other offences that indicate they may pose a risk to a child.

The police will disclose information only if it is lawful, necessary and proportionate to do so in the interests of protecting the child, or children, from harm.

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You simply have to call to make a request or go to your local police station. You can also ask for a “Child Sex Offenders Disclosure Scheme. Our Neighborhood Watch sex offender map helps you to keep your loved ones safe by finding sex offenders in your area. If someone is convicted of a sexual offence, their details will be held on the Sex Offenders Register.