Laguna Beach school visitors will have names checked against national sex offender database

Beginning next month, visitors to any of Laguna Beach’s four public schools will need to provide identification to be checked against a nationwide sex offender database. Full Article

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just never ends does it– down the road in Seal Beach, put one fire out only for a new blaze to begin; is the a sex offender scale some where… when one law is stricken the sex offender demons must balance the world again

My B.S. detector just went haywire.
Nationwide, Raptor has identified and alerted officials to more than 50,000 sex offenders attempting to enter schools and issued over 250,000 custody alerts, according to the company’s website.

Me thinks this self-promotional statement deserves some honest fact checking.
1) How many times did they count the same person over again?
2) How many people had legitimate business at the school and were permitted to enter?
3) How many had absolutely no reason to be on school premises? Yet pulled out their identification not knowing they would be refused entry?
4) How many were honestly not aware they needed permission to participate in their child’s well being?

Meanwhile, back in Albany, NY A woman had an honest to goodness conniption fit when she fiound out that a registrant father was allowed on school grounds to have breakfast with his daughter. The response was eerily similar to the Fontana School District response. You can bet the local state senator is already sharpening their pencil.

Dated 01/30/17:

Yet another reason to home school your kids!

What about all the teachers bangin the students? When I lived in Fresno, it seemed like once a week a teacher was arrested for it.

Just go to Google Search or Google News and type in “Teacher arrested”. Search the same for “Cop Arrested” Boom there ya go. Now you have a hell of a lot more to worry about you f*ing sheople. Time to get a grip on REALITY. It’s not the ones on the list you gotta worry about. It’s the ones NOT on the list. Especially the ones who put themselves close to kids. Morons!

All those little red dots on the maps don’t really matter, they’ve already been convicted and unlikely to ever commit a sex crime in the future. As far as I’m concerned and with empirical evidence to back up my statements, nearly all of them will never ever commit a sex crime (future tense).

Don’t even get me started on the DUI, Drug dealers, gangs, arson, murders. They all kill and harm and main children all the time, but those people are not on lists to be checked. If i was a politician, i would certainly climb the ladder with FEAR of ALL dangerous criminals, not just boogieman.

Oooh, i’m angry! /*shakes fist in the air*/

Isn’t this yet another example of singling out a group (of convicts) that we all can point to Bill of Attainder. No other set of ex-convicts or former convicts are put through this process.

There is no way I can leave my neighborhood without passing a school, daycare center or a park. So am I suppose to stay in my house and not going anywhere?

This is a disturbing article! What if your registerable and not on the Megan’s Website (non disclosable)? What if your a drug dealer/prostitute/drug user/gang banger/recently released murderer or wife beater? This is a lawsuit!!

My local school district in South central PA just recently put this system into all of the entire district schools. I find it highly irresponsible of the school board to pass/approve the purchase of this ridiculous system (to say the least). They are increasing property taxes every year due to the school budget; however, they can find the money to install this worthless system. Furthermore; and even more idiotic is that they perform this ‘security check’ upon entering the school; and if ‘ok’, is granted permission to enter……HOWEVER, their is NO security screening by metal detectors, etc.

So….I can not get approved to enter due to this ‘system’; however, the person behind me (who isn’t listed on Megan’s Law) BUT IS CARRYING A GUN may enter the school and start shooting up the place.

SO…… in the “Real World”……. which scenario is (and does) happen from time to time????? Oh yea, so much for this Raptor system protecting the students from the teachers and coaches who I am always reading about in the news having ‘encounters’ with students.

Raptor System (aka: the biggest Scam out there). Maybe I could go to the school boards and ‘Sell them an Ocean Front Property in Nevada’ …… since they are ‘dumb enough’ to fall for the Raptor Scam.

How our schools could save money: There’s a new bill that has been introduced SB695 that calls for the Tiering of the Sex Registry. Only 4 states require lifetime registration-California is one. Tiering would enable law enforcement to use the registry more effectively to identify higher risk offenders and to focus on those who most need to be monitored. This is in accord with the “Risk Principle” which states that those at higher risk should receive greater attention. There is little or no benefit from continuing to invest resources to monitor those who are at a low risk to reoffend. Tiering would also achieve considerable fiscal savings by discontinuing the monitoring of those thousands of registrants who pose a negligible threat to community safety after 10 or 10 years. (CASOMB )