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Sex offenders’ prison treatment records should be open to public

____ and ____ are registered sex offenders accused of sex-related crimes just months after they were released from prison. If the latest allegations prove true, whatever steps the state took to rehabilitate them clearly did not stick.

Ohio law prevents us from learning what many of those steps might have been. Full Article

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  1. mike r

    hey imagine that two people who had the intentions to reoffend and woooow none of these failed policies prevented them from doing so..we must need harsher more draconian laws that only the people trying to reintegrate and be law biding citizens again have to face….that will prevent this from happening again right??????

    • Tom

      Soras are illegal presumptively applied and predetermined mental health diagnosis.

  2. ab

    No.

    The methods used to rehabilitate these former inmates are publicly available. Their specific treatment is not publicly available and should not be. Anyone can go look at the treatment program overview and then if needed in combination with legal research submit requests to gain full access to all program details.

  3. HIPPA?

    Doesn’t HIPPA laws take place here with these treatments?

    • Theoretically, yes. But in actuality, no.

      I was forced into the Sharper Future scheme during my supervision. When I demanded my HIPPA right to review my “treatment” record, the so-called “clinicians” brushed my request aside and said that the record did not belong to me. It was pretty ridiculous. Though I’m still curious to see what’s in my record. It is my HIPPA right — at least in theory — of course.

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