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CA: Vallejo Police Department temporarily modifying its sex offender registration process

[timesheraldonline.com – 6/9/20]

The Vallejo Police Department is temporarily modifying its sex offender registration process to include telephonic and appointment-based registrations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

New or existing registrant or a registrant required to update his/her status as a sex offender under California penal codes 290 PC and/or 457.1 PC, must update their status by calling the Vallejo Police Department’s telephonic registration line at (707) 917-4124, according to a new release from the police department.

“If you are a registrant without telephone access or who has special needs, you will be permitted to schedule an in-person appointment to register,” Vallejo Police Department spokesperson Brittany K. Jackson said. “In order to help prevent and reduce exposure to COVID-19, all registrants with in-person appointments must adhere to guidelines requiring physical distancing and the use of face masks, cloth coverings or other personal protective equipment (PPE). (Refer to City Council Emergency Order No. 20-006) The Vallejo Police Department will provide surgical face masks for those without masks.”

The expanded services come as a result of the California Department of Justice Executive Order N-63-20.

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The article mentions you must register annually within 10 days of your birthday. Is the article wrong or did something change, as I thought it was within 5 business days?

For those who register only once a year, CA state law provides that an individual must register up to 5 working days before his/her birthday, on his/her birthday or within 5 working days after his/her birthday.

Thanks, Janice. That’s what I knew about it. I think either the article is counting it oddly by adding them, or they mixed the two registries together as the arson registry, PC 457.1, actually does do it within 10 days of the persons birthday.

But then the police or sheriff departments limit what days they do registration so therefore instead of having ten days total you only have 4 days

“Those required to register as a sex offender pursuant to penal codes in 290 PC or 457.1 PC, must submit/renew registration status including, but not limited to any of the following circumstances:

New Registration
Annual Registration (Must Renew Annually within 10 days of Date of Birth)Transient Registration (Must Renew Every 30 Days)
New Jurisdiction, Change of Address, etc.”

What else is left considering the etc? I guess it’s just “290 PC and/or 457.1 PC” (which I don’t know what that includes)?

457.1 is a registry for people convicted of arson. But unlike our registry, 457.1 specifically does not disclose this information to the public. Because, you know, people living around the person shouldn’t be aware that they may potentially have their homes and other property set on fire.

Right?!

I supposedly “have a right” to know about my neighbor who molested young children a couple of decades ago. Because I’m too dumb to actually watch out for any person trying to groom my children for $EX unless big government shows me that they have listed the person on their Registry Hit List. If big government hasn’t told me about a person, that person is safe. Or at least so much safer than a Listed person. How much safer? Who knows? I’ll have to consult with big government.

I also need to know about my neighbors who sat in their homes and looked at illegal pictures. Not videos of children being murdered, because those are fine. But pictures of them being molested. Because again, I’m too stupid to supervise my children.

I’m exceptionally worried about my neighbors who have exposed their genitals to people. Super dangerous, could scar a person for life.

All of those are so much worse than a person who set their last neighbor’s home on fire in the middle of the night and almost killed all of them. Or my favorites are the people who have pointed guns at other people. Meh, what’s dangerous about that? Big government won’t Register Gun Offenders because those people tend to be violent and would surely shoot people.

People who support Registry Hit Lists are not our neighbors. They are not our fellow citizens. They are harassers and enemy combatants.

I knew someone in prison doing a 8 year stint for arson. He didn’t mind bragging about his crime, but he would always talk about sex offenders or accuse others of being one. Even in prison there is a pecking order, and once you’re labeled a sex offender, that’s it. Thats why I never did that SOT shit when I was on the inside.

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