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CA: Bill to accelerate sex offender registry notifications clears Riverside assembly

A Riverside County lawmaker’s bill to require prisons, county jails, mental institutions and other facilities to hasten alerts to the California Department of Justice regarding the release of registered sex offenders was unanimously approved today by the Assembly. Full Article

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  1. HOOKSCAR

    Why is everything a “loophole”?

    • AJ

      @HOOKSCAR:
      Because that way it slants the opinion towards someone doing something shifty or shady. Were they to call it what it is, an exception, it would make legislators look bad.

  2. Roadster

    Since we are a sanctuary state the exception would be if you are a illegal alien.

  3. AO (AlexO

    Meh. Doesn’t seem like this will effect RC’s in any way (thankfully), but will certainly cost the state, counties, and cities more money. Election season is the worst as are politicians that abuse their power this way for nothing more than votes under completely false pretense.

  4. hmmm

    Unless I’m missing something it’s a waste of effort with either 90 days or the 15 days this bill requires. We have 5 days to register and I am going to guess, when we register, they (law enforcement) kinda get the idea that we are there and don’t really need the DOJ to tell them.

    I must be missing something.

  5. Will Allen

    I just added 3 comments on the article. Please add yours.

  6. Paul

    “Prohibited from loitering”?

    Since when?

    • AO (AlexO

      She means we’re not allowed to be on campus of K-12 schools. Once off paper, we don’t really have any other presence restrictions like some other insane states.

      • Joe

        Doubt it…. attending your own child’s parent / teacher conference, graduation ceremony or football game is hardly loitering.

        Looks like this was a statement by the reporter…. the one who wrote in the headline that the bill in question cleared the “Riverside Assembly”.

        • AlexO

          Without explicit approval from the school, we cannot be on campus regardless of your relation to any of the students. It’s one of the line items we have to initial when registering annually. Its a state law.

        • Joe

          @AlexO – Never said you could go to a school or school grounds “without lawful business thereon and written permission from the chief administrative official of that school”. But a “school” and “school grounds” is just that, and not a place where “where children gather”. And “loitering” is usually defined as being present without lawful business or purpose or to commit a crime. Certainly not a parent / teacher conference.

          This reporter is sadly ignorant.

  7. mike r

    Sorry AO but that is not exactly correct. I just visited these sites and they appear to be in effect. Whether they are enforcing them or if they have all been repealed is another question. As far as I can tell they are still ordinances that have not been repealed and this was just a quick look.
    For clarification, and proper citations of some of the 482 different municipality codes in California alone (It is not reasonable to expect Plaintiff to cite every California local ordinance) see examples: Apple Valley Chapter 11.54.010 http://www.applevalley.org/government/municipal-code/title-11-peace-morals-and-safety#Chapter%2054 [visited on April 13, 2108]; Arcadia Municipal Code Chapter 9.4 of Article IV ORDINANCE NO. 2318 https://library.municode.com/ca/arcadia/ordinances/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=670014 [visited on April 13, 2108]; Bellflower Municipal Code 9.40.010 et seq. https://qcode.us/codes/bellflower/ [visited on April 13, 2108]; Orange Municipal Code Chapter 9.10 Ordinance Nom. 03-14 https://library.municode.com/ca/orange/ordinances/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=669862 [visited on April 13, 2108]

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