Registered Sex Offender Denied Class Enrollment

Those lifetime sex offender and sexual predator labels are hard to overcome. Just ask a Washington County man who’s been denied enrollment at a local vocational school. School administrations refused his admission application because minors also attend the school. Full Article

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Antelope Valley College requires sex offenders to sign in/out at the Sheriff’s office each time they come onto campus except when attending their regularly scheduled class. So this means during registration, bookstore, library, community meetings, theatrical performances, sporting events, to exercise, attending job fairs, etc. This doesn’t seem to be required at other California Colleges. Is this legal

“Statistics say we don’t make it six months,” No, that information is a load of bull. Anyway, cheers to this guy for standing up for his rights.

The guy wishes to be a licensed hairstylist? That is honorable…I’m a RSO that has been allowed to work as a stylist even though I’m a registrant. The evening programs mentioned in the article are usually part-time programs that takes twice as long to finish. This is pure discrimination. If the guy was on probation or parole I could understand but the guy has been clean for many years. If the staff is made aware of his status then there shouldn’t be a problem.

It sounds like a capricious requirement and unlawful, not that it’s likely to be litigated.