Reply To: Sexual offense laws: What does the future hold?


What does the future hold? The total abolishment of a public registry as a result of a total re-do of sex crime laws which focuses on removing and incarcerating for life dangerous, predatory, violent and/or habitual pedophiles along with a very clear system which accurately classifies such a person. If we do that effectively, then there is no need for a registry. It will force law enforcement to do their jobs more effectively, spending money where it counts which will mean safer, better communities for all. Lesser, non-physical sex crimes will be dealt with the same as other crimes. Until NARSOL acknowledges that this type of person is indeed deserving of such treatment will they ever be taken seriously. This can be accomplished by focusing on the solution rather than obsessing over the problem.