Corinne Carey, former researcher for the US Program, undertook the original research for this report.The report was written by Sarah Tofte with the assistance of Jamie Fellner, director of the US Program, who also edited the report. Patrick Vinck, director of the Berkeley-Tulane Initiative on Vulnerable Populations at the Human Rights Center, University of California-Berkeley, tabulated the data for Human Rights Watch's study of North Carolina's online sex offender registry.It's never been easier to discover and share the news and information of your world and ours.Join Host Nell Mc Cormack Abom for an in depth discussion.If you see information on our website that is wrong about an offender, please notify the sheriff of the county where the offender lives.You may also email this agency via the "contact" link located on this website.The Iowa Sex Offender Registry became law on July 1, 1995 and is found in Chapter 692A Code of Iowa On or after July 1, 1995, an individual who has been convicted or adjudicated of a criminal offense against a minor, sexual exploitation, or a sexually violent crime or who was on probation, parole, or work release status, or who was incarcerated on or after July 1, 1995 is required to register.Registration does include individuals that have received a deferred sentence or deferred judgments and can include convictions from other jurisdictions such as other states and/or federal convictions.
If you live in a state with a higher crime rate, you’ll want to suit up with protection to be safe rather than sorry. In the interest of keeping your Valentine’s Day enjoyable (and STD free), the teams at (HSI) and Safe Wise thought we’d do you a solid and find out which states have the best odds in this online dating roulette. We do see some predictable reasons for the alarming stats in DC, including a concentrated and heavily populated urban area accompanied by a younger population that doesn’t benefit from state-mandated sex education. While large parts of the South are definitely sketchy, the numbers on crime and STDs coming out of DC are next level. In fact, the District of Columbia’s rates per capita for both violent crime and STDs are almost double the rates in Alaska, its nearest competitor on our Most Dangerous list.All WJXT news broadcasts are streamed live to your computer and mobile device. Also available to watch live online: River City Live at 11 a.m.