SB would create a new sex offender registry board, which would set the length of time a person could be on the registry based on their risk of reoffending and not just the offenses they committed. The bill would also create two registries, one that is public, which would contain the information on high-risk offenders that the public can see and one that can only be seen by law enforcement, which would contain all offenders that the board deems necessary. The bills were approved by the Judiciary Committee but have not yet come up for a discussion or a vote in the Senate.
Police have charged a Unionville man already on the state sex offender registry for prior crimes against children with enticing a minor by computer. David Yescott, 46, also faces violation of probation charges related to a previous conviction for sexually assaulting an underage girl in According to the warrant for his arrest, Yescott was working for a pool chemical company, checking stores for its products and reporting back.
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The recommendations they are considering come after a two year study. Your fair day in court is non-existent. Debrow said he wants to see the states Sex Offender Registry Board include medical professionals.
While the ordinance was approved it isn't enforceable yet, reports My Citizen's News. Constitutional concerns were raised about the ordinance and it is in the process of being revised. The ordinance as originally drafted banned registered sex offenders from borough-owned land including parks, schools and even open space areas.
The State Sentencing Commission is recommending possible changes to the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry, including allowing some to petition to be removed from the list. The Connecticut Sentencing Commission is holding a public hearing Thursday and reviewing several proposed changes following a two-year study that began in Among several proposed changes are three headliners.
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In the State of Connecticut enacted legislation mandating that the Department of Public Safety establish and maintain a central registry of sex offenders. The legislation requires that registry information be made available to the public through the Internet and at each local police department or State Police troop. The Department of Public Safety updates this information regarding convicted sex offenders regularly, making every effort at accuracy.
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SB is based on years of work by state officials including the Office of Policy and Management and the Sentencing Commission to determine effective ways of making the registry more equitable based on risk factors rather than offenses, said Robert Farr, a former legislator and a former head of the Board of Pardons and Paroles. The bill would re-create a new sex offender registry board which would set the length of time a person could be on the registry based on their risk of re- offending and not just the offenses they committed. The board would gather risk assessment information from probation and parole officials and make a decision on the appropriate length of time a person should be on the registry, Farr said.