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NC: Johnston County looks for near complete ban of sex offenders from school campuses

Sex offenders are already prohibited from living near schools, but Johnston County is considering completely banning them from campus.

That includes parents of students at the schools if they are on the sex offender registry.

The proposed policy permits parents on the registry to participate in parent-teacher conferences, provided they receive advance written approval of the school’s principal. Parents can also come to campus at the request of the principal “for any reason relating to the welfare or transportation of his or her child.” Full Article

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  1. Lovecraft

    Funny thing about that….we (NC) already have a premise law in effect statewide. This ban probably ranks second in the country only being bested by Alabama in terms of toughness. Schools, churches, state fairs, any fast food joint that has a playground heck anywhere that is within 300 feet of where children congergate is off limits. There is absolutely no reason to ban rc’s from schools when we are already banned in the first place by a state kaw that makes it a felony to be anywhere in the vicinity of a school. We do have a lawsuit challenging just about all the admendments to the registry so maybe they want to pre-emptively put a ban in place, but I doubt they are that clever. This is more feel good legislation and for those into the political side of things, expect some grandstanding.

  2. USA

    Wow. The funny thing is that most recently, I’ve seen story after story regarding teachers being arrested for molesting students. It’s mind boggling. I’ve probably seen 5-6 stories like this within the last month? Yet, murderers, gang bangers, drug dealers, teachers, pristitutes and wife beaters can still visit schools?

    • NPS

      I read more and more cases of students molesting other students; be it sexual assault, sexting, or unlawful yet consensual sex. Most of the time its “child pornography”.

  3. Joe123

    Someone should show these morons the amount of teachers having sex with students. Have these people been living under a rock? How narrow minded can a public servant be?

    • JohnDoeNC

      This is beyond ignorant.

      But let’s put this into perspective. Johnston County NC is as rural and backward as you can get and still be within a 30mn drive of the state capitol. I know I live very close by.

      “If I bring my child to the park, I don’t know that Tom over there is a sex offender. I don’t know that Regina over there is a child abductor. How are you going to enforce it?”<<

      Maybe you should educate yourself? And not expect that to be the job of the 'Gub-ment?

      One would think they knew just one county to the east was the kingdom of E.S. "Buck" Newton.

      When the NC premise laws were struck down as being unconstitutional Ol' Buck had a special session of the state congress convened to write new legislation exactly like the old one that simply changed a word or two. FYI that one is also being addressed by NCRSOL with a pending law suit. And Ol' Buck lost his AG race last year to a Democrat and is no longer a state representative.

      So why is Johnson County Schools implementing a policy that's exactly in sync with the NC sex offender premise restrictions? And implementing a policy concerning teen sex offenders in public schools that is already law?

      I think it was so important they just got around to reading it. After all Mrs. Roberts said and I quote;

      “There have been no issues. This is just a proactive stance on the part of the Johnston County Public Schools Board of Education"

      • Lovecraft

        Don’t forget, Johnston County is the meth capital of NC! Nevermind that though, they have more important concerns with fixing problems that don’t exist.

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