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August 17, 2017 at 12:57 pm #19119
By Courtney Yuen…. A proposed change to Ohio’s Criminal Code could eliminate residency restrictions for sex offenders. The Criminal Justice Recodifi
[See the full post at: Ohio re-codification committee recommends eliminating residency restrictions]
August 17, 2017 at 8:52 pm #19145
Seems likes those people in Ohio are bring out their crystal ball or predicting the future of an individual. Guess the sex offender or offender is in a class by themselves. Someone should use common sense in these things but as most know it seems the human race is about money and not thinking things thru but than I’m not paid to think only those with a masters degree are paid to think.
August 23, 2017 at 11:27 am #19518
Dump the child residential restriction zones and the registry of sex offenders period. EVIDENCE SHOWS NEITHER ONE OF THESE SO CALLED NONE PUNITIVE MEASURES PROTECT CHILDREN AT ALL! APPLIED RETROACTIVELY WITH A NEW CHARGE FOR NONE COMPLIANCE IS PUNISHMENT.
August 24, 2017 at 12:59 pm #19593
Jeremy from Indiana
This is great news! Hopefully the lawmakers are smart enough to follow the recommendations though. I won’t be holding my breath on that.
In another article, one of the recommendations is to remove Level 1s and possibly Level 2s from the registry altogether. Good things are happening in Ohio!
I am worried about Ohio legislators complaining about registrants relocating to Ohio after they become the least restrictive state in the nation. This is why I strongly advocate this to be a national issue rather than a state or local issue. When the neighboring states of Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Michigan and West Virginia see their population of registrants decrease, it may also cause those states to increase restrictions to keep them moving to Ohio. As an Indiana registrant, this is very troubling.
August 25, 2017 at 10:34 am #19645
On the bright side- at least there’s good data showing residency restrictions don’t work.