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Skip to content. Sex offender registries were established to keep children and communities safer. But, research shows that registration incorrectly presumes that children who commit sexual offenses are a risk to their communities. Here are five facts, based in research, that lawyers need to know.
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Juvenile Sex Offender Registry (SORNA)
When Kids Are Accused of Sex Crimes | The New Yorker
A sex offender is a person who commits sexual offenses against minors. In general, juvenile victims are victims who are younger than 18 years of age. And, in general, juvenile sex offenders are minors between six 6 and 17 years of age who commit sexual offenses against other children. The following behaviors are considered to be sexual offenses: a sharing pornography; b fondling a child over the clothes; c grabbing peers in a sexual way at school, d date rape; e gang rape; f performing sexual acts of any kind on a child; g causing or coercing a child to perform sexual acts of any kind; h voyeurism; i exhibitionism; j obscene phone calls.
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Families of Juvenile Sex Offenders
Some were put on the registry when they were as young as eight years old. Young people deserve second chances and the opportunity to be rehabilitated; registration forestalls that. Young people who commit sexual offenses should be held accountable for their actions, but registries punish young people for years and even decades after they have been through the justice system. We all want accountability that is fair, but registries harm young people without increasing public safety.
One morning in , Leah DuBuc, a twenty-two-year-old college student in Kalamazoo, began writing an essay for English class that she hoped would save her life. She knew that people like her had been beaten, bombed, shot at, killed. DuBuc had grown up in Howell, Michigan, a small town of berry and melon farmers. In high school, she had thrived. Her friend, who had just given birth to a baby girl, had logged on to the Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry Web site to search for local predators.