A sex offender sexual offender , sex abuser , or sexual abuser is a person who has committed a sex crime. What constitutes a sex crime differs by culture and legal jurisdiction. The majority of convicted sex offenders have convictions for crimes of a sexual nature; however, some sex offenders have simply violated a law contained in a sexual category. Some of the crimes which usually result in a mandatory sex-offender classification are: a second prostitution conviction, sending or receiving obscene content in the form of SMS text messages sexting , and relationship between young adults and teenagers resulting in corruption of a minor if the age between them is greater than 1, days. If any sexual contact was made by the adult to the minor, then child molestation has occurred.
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It is by no means an accurate reflection of the current situation and should not be considered as such. But after six years of court battles, Global News has secured a database from the Ministry Of Community Safety and Correctional Services revealing where sex offenders are living in Ontario by postal code click here to view and use the map. According to the map, central Kitchener has the highest concentration of registered sex offenders in the region. Story continues below.
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Once out of prison, few places for sex offenders to live
The case could set a precedent for other counties across the state, especially those with large populations and limited affordable housing, according to Janice Bellucci, an attorney and president of the non-profit California Reform Sex Offender Laws. Bellucci has been battling what she sees as unnecessary and unconstitutional restrictions on where offenders can both live and spend time in cities and counties across California. At least 79 cities and roughly a dozen counties passed laws that restricted where offenders could spend their time, barring them from piers, parks, and even movie theaters. In one city you could take a walk on the pier or visit the dog park, in another they were off limits to offenders, and there were no signs notifying sex offenders in any of these cities that they might be entering forbidden territory.