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Please help Pennsylvania State Police locate these offenders. Click here to view the report. Act 10 substantially changes registration requirements for certain sexual offenders in Pennsylvania. Sexual offenders whose offense was committed before December 20, may see their registration requirement change. This group of offenders may see their registration requirement reduced to a ten-year term, remain as a lifetime registrant, or be terminated. These offenders are no longer subject to the Tier scheme regarding length of registration and reporting frequency requirements. The Pennsylvania State Police is mailing correspondence to the affected offenders to explain the new requirements.
The U. Supreme Court ruled that restricting sex offenders from using social media is unconstitutional. For more than two decades, states and the federal government have struggled with how to best protect the public from sexual predators. Requiring states to register and publicize the names and addresses of convicted sex offenders has been thought to help protect the public by keeping citizens informed. However, who should register and which information can be made public has been an area of contention between the states and the federal government.
SORNA aims to close potential gaps and loopholes that existed under prior laws, and to strengthen the nationwide network of sex offender registrations. Sex offender registration is a system for monitoring and tracking sex offenders following their release into the community. The registration provides important information about convicted sex offenders to local and federal authorities and the public, such as offender's name, current location and past offenses.
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