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Number of CA Registrant Continues to Decline

The number of persons required to register in California continues to decrease according to a report from the CA Department of Justice (CA DOJ) presented during today’s meeting of the CA Sex Offender Management Board.   Specifically, the number of registrants has decreased by 108 persons during the month of February to a new total of 108,432.  

“Although the reason for the smaller number of persons required to register was not disclosed during the meeting, it is believed that the decrease is due to an increase in the number of petitions being granted under the Tiered Registry Law,” stated ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci.  “We expect the number of persons required to register to continue to decrease during the next 12 months as more petitions are granted.”

According to the CA DOJ, the number of registrants in violation is 19,309 which is a decrease of 106 as compared to last month.  The number of homeless registrants is 6,700 according to CA DOJ which is unchanged.  The CA Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) reported that there are 7,176 registrants required to wear a GPS device.  This represents a decrease of 21.  Of that total, CDCR reported that 3,607 of the registrants are considered high risk.  This represents a decrease of 5.


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