Michigan Sex Offenders List

    sex offenders
  • (sex offender) someone who has been convicted of a sex crime
  • A person who commits a crime involving a sexual act
  • (The Sex Offender) The Sex Offender is a 1994 novel by Matthew Stadler. The book is strongly influenced by the theory of Michel Foucault on the links between state control of sex, health, and criminal behavior.
  • (Sex Offender (SO)) Offenders who have been sentenced for committing a sexual offense, have a past conviction for an offense involving sexually deviant behavior, have displayed sexually deviant behavior in the commission of any offense, or have admitted committing sexually deviant behavior.
    michigan
  • a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
  • a gambling card game in which chips are placed on the ace and king and queen and jack of separate suits (taken from a separate deck); a player plays the lowest card of a suit in his hand and successively higher cards are played until the sequence stops; the player who plays a card matching one
  • A state in the northern US, bordered on the west, north, and east by lakes Michigan, Superior, Huron, and Erie; pop. 9,938,444; capital, Lansing; statehood, Jan. 26, 1837 (26). It was acquired from Britain by the US in 1783
  • Lake Michigan: the 3rd largest of the Great Lakes; the largest freshwater lake entirely within the United States borders
    list
  • give or make a list of; name individually; give the names of; "List the states west of the Mississippi"
  • A number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other
  • A set of items considered as being in the same category or having a particular order of priority
  • include in a list; "Am I listed in your register?"
  • A formal structure analogous to a list by which items of data can be stored or processed in a definite order
  • a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
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Sexual Offenses and Offenders: Theory, Practice, and Policy
Sexual Offenses and Offenders: Theory, Practice, and Policy
This comprehensive book examines the unique characteristics of sexual offenses and the resulting laws that pertain specifically to them, including the causes and treatment of sexual offenses as well as the policy implications of research outcomes. Sexual offenders are often treated differently than other offenders (by both the community and the criminal justice system) as a result of public scorn and recidivism. This distinctive book provides you with thorough, research-based coverage of this inherently controversial subject.

Sex Offenders
Sex Offenders
The number of sex offenders increases every year. This may have to do with the increased amount of sexual references on TV, in movies, and in advertising.
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Sex Offender Laws: Failed Policies, New Directions
"This volume of readings provides an excellent source of information about sex offender laws and policies."--International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
"Sex Offender Laws...is a good source for balanced, objective, and thorough critique of our current sex offender policies as well as a source for accurate information about a very heterogeneous population...The message that sexual abuse is often a multifaceted and complex issue and that policy based on quick fixes or knee jerk reactions do not often work will be informative and enlightening to many readers."--Sex Roles
"[T]his fine book by Richard Wright and his distinguished collaborators provides the evidence that wise policy-makers would want to consider. It covers every major field of research concerning sex offenders and sexual offenses and provides evidence of bad practices and policies .Intellectually honest politicians should read this book."
--Michael Tonry, LL.B,
Professor of Law and Public Policy
University of Minnesota Law School (From the Foreword)

In response to many high-profile cases of sexual assault, federal and state governments have placed a number of unique criminal sanctions on sex offenders. These include residency restrictions, exclusionary zones, electronic monitoring, and chemical castration. However, the majority of sex offender policies are not based on empirical evidence, nor have they demonstrated any significant reductions in offender recidivism. In fact, some of these policies have unintended consequences, which actually increase the likelihood of sexual offenses.
In this book, Wright critically analyzes existing policies, and assesses the most effective approaches in preventing sex offender recidivism. This provocative and timely book draws from the fields of criminal justice, law, forensic psychology, and social work to examine how current laws and policies are enacted and what to-date is known about their efficacy. The team of expert contributors includes Karen Terry, author of Sexual Offenses and Offenders, and others who bring a wealth of insight to the field of sex offense.
In response to the failed policies of sex offender laws, this book presents alternative models and approaches to sex offense laws and policies. Wright also explores critical, cutting-edge topics, such as internet sexual solicitation, the death penalty, and community responses to sex offense.

Key Features:
An introduction and overview of the history of sex offender laws
Analyzes the role of the media in sex offense and sex offender policies
Examines the political "untouchability" of sex offender laws and their adverse effects
Features interviews with victims of sexual assault, investigating their points of views on what kinds of reforms need to be made to sex offender laws
Thought-provoking and insightful, Sex Offender Laws serves as a vital resource for policy makers, researchers, and students of criminal justice, law, and social work.