Search Ohio Registered Sex Offenders registry on Homefacts to find the most current information on sex offenders including addresses, pictures and offence or statute. Search Ohio state records by county, city, ZIP code, address or offender name. Our database shows there are 22, registered Sex Offenders in Ohio, a ratio of Records indicate there are 1 incarcerated Sex Offenders in the Ohio, as well as 35 offenders whose location is unknown in Ohio due to the offenders being transient or their address being unmappable. All names presented here were gathered at a past date.
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What to know about sex offender laws in Ohio
Governments have an obligation to protect people and take appropriate steps to safeguard the lives of those within its jurisdiction to protect them from violence. One element of that duty is to take measures to deter and prevent crime. Sex offender laws interfere with a panoply of protected rights: the rights to privacy, to family and home, to freedom of movement and liberty including the right to work and to reside where one chooses , and to physical safety and integrity including protection from harm by private as well as public actors. But laws that infringe upon them must be necessary to serve a legitimate public interest, the relationship between the interest and the means chosen to advance it must be a close one, and the laws must be the least restrictive possible. Restrictive measures must conform to the principle of proportionality; they must be appropriate to achieve their protective function; they must be the least intrusive instrument amongst those which might achieve the desired result; and they must be proportionate to the interest to be protected.
For Registered Sex Offenders, An Uphill Civil Rights Battle
A person who has been convicted of sexual offenses under federal or state laws can be a registered sex offender. In many cases, these defendants are required to submit their personal information, including their names and addresses, to government records, where they are kept in a database often known as a sex offender registry. Often crimes such as rape, child molestation, harassment, or other types of sexual abuse will require a defendant to register their information. You may be required to register as a sex offender if you have committed a sex crime. Sex crimes are considered some of the most serious offenses in the criminal justice system, and can carry very serious penalties.
A series of newspaper clippings that a father of two sons has collected over the years. The two sons are listed on the public sex offender registry for offenses committed when they were ages 9 and 11, and they were often publicly named in the local newspapers. Jacob C. At 18, he began attending a local college, but his "sex offender" status drew the attention of campus police, who tailed him everywhere.