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Belize Sex Offender Registry Launched

[sanpedrosun.com – 11/22/18]

Belizeans authorized by the Ministry of National Security will soon be able to access the ministry’s new National Sex Offenders Registry. The Belize Crime Observatory introduced the new online portal to social workers, educators, law enforcement officials, civil rights groups, non-governmental agencies and other interested parties at a sensitization session at the Radisson Fort George Hotel Belize City on Tuesday morning, November 17.

Chief Executive Officer George Lovell of the Ministry of National Security made haste to explain that the new website would not be an Open Source, as it is in the United States and other countries. Concerned citizens would be required to complete a questionnaire/application form, and if approved, the authorized individuals would then be granted a password to access the system. The new website has been two years under construction, and Lovell said he expects it will be available to approved users within a week.

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So no impact on visiting registrants?

I looks like maybe it has. I was denied entry in January 2019 to Belize (via air). I recounted my experience in the Intl Survey portion of this site.

I visited just 2 years ago and all was fine then. Lovely country and enjoyed the Mayan Ruins and explored the amazing mangrove estuaries. Had no ideal it was my last trip there. Sorry to see them swayed by US by fake data and mass hysteria.

So the insanity spreads.

Great. Recidivism rates are about to drop like a rock. Just you wait & see.

“to widely publicize data on individuals which could lead to mass community hysteria, and result in unwarranted attacks against the registered offenders by parents concerned about the safety of their children.”
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Huh…we don’t have anything like this going on here… Good thing our populace is sooo much more rational and understanding.

Brings to my mind, “So, no city-data.com ability to scrape and republish public info?” I hope not since one has to apply and be approved to see it. What about neighborhood watch listings handed out at mtgs? Nextdoor.com perhaps?

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