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In other states, all sex offenders are treated equally, and all registration information is available to the public on a state Internet site.Information of juvenile offenders are withheld for law enforcement but may be made public after their 18th birthday.
Sex offenders must periodically report in person to their local law enforcement agency and furnish their address, and list of other information such as place of employment and email addresses.
Under polygraph, many apprehended sex offenders indicated that most of their offenses were not reported.
In 1989, an 11-year-old boy, Jacob Wetterling, was abducted from a street in St. His whereabouts remained unknown for nearly 27 years until remains were discovered just outside Paynesville, Minnesota in 2016.
The 1990s saw the emergence of several cases of brutal violent sexual offenses against children.
Heinous crimes like those of Westley Allan Dodd, Earl Kenneth Shriner and Jesse Timmendequas were highly publicized.
In 1994, 7-year-old Megan Kanka from Hamilton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey was raped and killed by a recidivist pedophile.
Jesse Timmenquas, who had been convicted of two previous sex crimes against children, lured Megan in his house and raped and killed her.As a result, public policies began to focus on protecting public from stranger danger.Based on a 2003 report, prisoners convicted of rape or sexual assault who were released in 1994 were four times more likely to be arrested for a sex offense within 3 years of prison release than non-sexual offenders released within the same year.Jacob's mother, Patty Wetterling, current chair of National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, led a community effort to implement a sex offender registration requirement in Minnesota and, subsequently, nationally.In 1994, Congress passed the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act.Within the three year followup on the 1994 report, 3.5 percent of released rapists and sexual assaulters were convicted for another sex crime.