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Sex Offenders May Have to Notify Authorities Before Leaving the Country

Sex Offenders May Have to Notify Authorities Before Leaving the Country


California Rep. Dan Lungren (R) was instrumental in passing Megan's Law, which made information on sex offenders more accessible to the public. Rather than having to visit a police station, residents of California are now able to access online information on the residency, physical description and convictions of offenders. This helps some people to feel that they are more effectively safeguarding themselves and their children. According to the Martinez News-Gazette, Rep. Lungren is hoping to take sex-offender registries to a new level, making them international. He has introduced a new house bill that would require California offenders to notify law enforcement 21 days before leaving the United States. Support for the Bill This law would give foreign governments advance notice of offenders who would be arriving on their shores. Supporters argue that this will lead to better communication between countries, and it might prevent harming others beyond our borders. Lungren has been talking with Cambodia and other countries about the sex-offender bill, and he hopes to foster relationships with countries in which child sex tourism has become an increasing problem. Requiring sex offenders to notify authorities about their international travel may be one step toward accomplishing that goal. Currently, blumenthallawoffices CM/SexCrimes/Sex-Offender-Registry-Megans-Law-290-Violations.aspsex offenders are required to register with local databases, and they must inform local officials before they move to another city or county. The laws regarding registration vary subtly from one jurisdiction to another, but the purpose is to keep communities informed of offenders living within them. Criticism of the Bill The American Civil Liberties Union, according to the Martinez News-Gazette, does not support the sex-offender legislation. The organization argues that offenders who are no longer in prison have already paid their debt to society, and that requiring them to make notification about international travel would constitute an unfair burden. Lungren has many supporters, however, and he hopes to push this legislation through before the end of the year. His meetings with Cambodian and Mexican officials have been promising, so it is possible that this bill could mean a step forward in communication with other countries about offenders.
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