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CT: Mother of victims wants schools to know if students are sex offenders

[theday.com]

A New Fairfield mother who said her daughters were sexually assaulted by a family friend is pushing for a law that would require the state to notify a school superintendent when a juvenile who lives in the district and will enroll in school there is a convicted sexual offender.

“We have all seen the horrible and tragic events that are unfolding too often in school settings, when children with mental health issues are not given the help and attention they need,” said the woman, whose name is being withheld to protect the identity of her children. “This bill can make real, positive change by giving our school administrators critical information to keep all our kids safe.”

The bill before the Judiciary Committee would require the state to begin notifying superintendents by Oct. 1, 2018. It would then require the state Commissioner of Education and the Judicial Branch to develop a model policy by Jan. 1, 2019 that would assist the juvenile sex offender in the school setting, ensure the safety and well-being of victims and dictate with whom a superintendent may share the information. The mother said the bill was introduced by her district’s state senator, Michael A. McLachlan, R-Danbury, who is vice chairman of the Judiciary Committee.

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  1. Agamemnon

    A woman who suffered an unthinkable betrayal from a trusted friend takes her anger out on those who had nothing to do with the atrocity. How does attacking people who have already been punished prevent attacks from the one’s you trust?

  2. T

    A person that just wants to know if that individual is “sex offender” just because they have a right to know and then justify the reason of keeping safe from someone they don’t know has no reason at all other then the intention of doing harm. The registry and all its ordinances should be abolished.

    • FRegistryTerrorists

      No one has a right to know. If they did then everyone would have the right to know their neighbor shot his last neighbor. I would also have a right to know if my neighbor broke into his last neighbor’s home and beat the whole family nearly to death. I would have the right to know about all dangerous crimes. But obviously we don’t have those rights.

      There is clearly no right to know. The fact that the criminal regimes and their terrorist supporters refuse to follow that makes them criminal harassers and combatants in declared war.

  3. Robin

    Hold the phone! The daughter saw the 14yo boy with another girl at school, then claims foul. Does this not sound like she was pissed off at him for being with another girl and came up with “I’ll get you”?
    Make false allegation to mom, then “mom” runs with it while daughter just sits back?
    The story does not give the specifics which leads to make one wonder.

  4. FRegistryTerrorists

    The SEX Offender Registries are an act of war. I don’t care who supports them or why. They are not Americans. F them.

  5. New Person

    If you don’t learn from history, then it’s bound to repeat itself.

    Essentially, the mom is forcing any juvenile sex offender to wear “the Scarlett letter”.

    Again, in this day and age, no one believes the past can occur in today’s age. Any registrant who’s completed their punishment custody service to the state is still forced to do custody service to the state under the registration system. Compelling a free citizen to do any work against their will under penalty of law is involuntary servitude.

    The frequency doesn’t matter. Whether you’re forced to check-in once a month or once a year, you’re still serving the state by checking-in. Whether the Police Dept does a probation/parole check in your house or a compliance check (they made me sign a piece of paper to confirm that’s where I live) after your punishment custody, you’re still in service to the state – again, I was forced to sign a paper to state that I actually live there. And because I register, I also am forced to register when I’m at college.

    Megan’s Law states “it’s your duty to register”.

    People believe we’re too advance and simply do not believe the errors of the past can ever be present today. The SCOTUS believe that in passing Sex Offender Registration was not punishment. This woman believes that in forcing the whole school to know who’s a juvenile sex offender.

    • FRegistryTerrorists

      So identify the people who support the harassment and make them pay. Follow all laws, but do unto others as they would do unto you. It is easier than people think.

  6. T

    People are so delusional in believing that “sex offenders”are incurable, and that they cannot be helped and be forgiven all because of the lies about being in danger and registrants having to endure great hardships and libel accusations and lies that are being twisted into the truth. But a lie becomes the truth to only the person that wants to believe it.

  7. Harry

    With it being SOOOO easy to run a foul as a sex offender, this woman’s own daughter can very easily on the one on the list.

  8. TS

    “A New Fairfield mother who said her daughters were sexually assaulted by a family friend (14 yr old boy)…”

    Another statistical reference point that fits the 90-95% of those who know who committed an act against them vs who are strangers.

  9. Eric

    I want to know if any mothers that go near my child’s school smoke marijuana, smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, have speeding tickets, DUI, area on any mood altering meds, have been promiscuous, have any criminal accusations at all, or been divorced more than twice. I mean, I really don’t want this type of mother anywhere near my kids, as you never know if she might subject my child to any of those things, so please, the school should notify all parents and give a full disclosure of every mother’s past. Thank you.

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