Law currently covers all 43 police areas in England and Wales. Just log in and check all that you want to be alerted. Sally G 1 decade ago 0, thumbs up 0, thumbs down, comment. The law states that anyone is allowed to formally ask the police to reveal whether anyone with access to a child has a criminal record for child sexual offences. Read more, you simply have to call 101 to make a request or go to your local police station. You can look under ScanUSA, that's where I get all my info.
How do we find list of local sex offenders?
Of course, once you find a sex offender list that shows you the offenders in your area, the next question is: what to do with this information?
You should use the National Sex Offender Public Websites resources to talk to your children about sexual abuse, come up with a family plan, and find.
How do I find out if someone has a record and do sex offenders need to tell others about their offence?
No such scheme is formally available in Northern Ireland.
However, information on sex offenders can be, and is, shared in a controlled way by the police where necessary for the purposes.
The law has come into place thanks to campaigning from the mother of Sarah Payne, who in 2000 was abducted and murdered as an eight-year-old girl by a paedophile who had already been convicted for abducting and indecently assaulting another young girl. If they were imprisoned between 6 and 30 months, then 10 years. The pilot was independently evaluated, and the evaluation report (PDF, 548KB, 47 pages) is available for download. They are often a member of the family, a friend of the victim, or a friend of the victims family. You can also ask for a Child Sex Offenders Disclosure Scheme Form (Sarahs Law or Form 284. Paedophile and killer Roy Whiting, 57, is now serving a 40 year prison sentence. If they had a sentence of over 30 months, they remain on the registry permanently.
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