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Riverside County repealing sex offender rules

Riverside County is considering repealing a law that for four years has restricted the activities of convicted sex offenders such as going within 300 feet of day care facilities, schools, school bus stops, parks, public libraries and other places where children gather. Full Article

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One step at at time, but we are getting there thanks to Janice’s continuous efforts to fight for what is right. I can see a small light at the end of the tunnel.

I’m happy to hear about this. I live in a rural community and if I need to do “city things,” like going to the market, etc, I have to drive about 10 – 15 miles in either direction. If I go north I’ll stay in San Bernardino County, and if I go south I’ll be in Riverside county after I travel about 3/4 of a mile. I’m mostly inclined to head south into Riverside County because there is so much more; such as Palm Springs and the entire Coachella Valley with all it’s cities. Every time I go to Desert… Read more »

Hey Q, For your peace of mind this particular set of restrictions was setup for unincorporated areas within Riv-co. These are the corners in which registrants are being pushed thanks to residency restrictions. D.H.S. does not fall into that category. Neither do most of the ‘cities’ in the Coachella Valley. Outlying places like Garnet, Whitewater, and North Palm Springs were/are affected by this law, which was passed by an emergency vote thanks to pressure from a flock of panicked citizens that Jeff Stone was pandering to. These are post Amber Dubois, Chelsea King, Jaycee Dugard era laws. I’m very curious… Read more »


Well; it seems soon we won’t have to worry about much of anything wherever we go in the state, thanks to Janice and co. I just wish the part of this whole lie that keeps many of us unemployed and many homeless would be addresses.

Mike; do you live in the Coachella Valley? I’m up towards Yucca Valley.

So I wonder does this change anything for persons still on parole who are not allowed to do certain things or if this only applies to those persons discharged. I only ask this because with Jessica law although they can enforce it as long as you get a stay from the court they do not enforce it.

This is kind of nuts. What if you live near a bus stop? Or, what if you have a terrible job and you can’t afford a car/you have to take the bus to work and the bus stop is near a children’s bus stop? DO you have to walk around the block to avoid it? What if the normal bus stop is 200 feet from the children’s bus stop? Or, what if you went to work when the kids already left for school and no children are present at their bus stop? What do you do? How do you know… Read more »


These are all good questions that demonstrate the unthinking nature of these illegal ordinances; or perhaps too much thought went into these laws? Either way it’s very clear to me all these people that come up with these laws, that have no knowledge of what they are dealing with shouldn’t be allowed to make these kind of decisions. I have a feeling that your questions were likely some of the considerations by the supreme court when they ruled these laws unconstitutional.

Is there an official ruling yet that Riverside County repealed its law banning Sex Offenders from Parks and Beaches?

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