The Registry contains information on sex offenders classified according to their risk of re-offending: Level 1 low-risk , Level 2 moderate-risk and Level 3 high-risk. Sex offenders registered in New York are now required to notify the Registry of any institution of higher education at which he or she is, or expects to be, whether for compensation for not, enrolled, attending or employed, and whether such sex offender resides or expects to reside in a facility operated by the Institution. Changes in status at the institution of higher education must also be reported to the Registry no later than ten days after such change. In addition, SUNY Geneseo will maintain, on this site, a listing of any registered sexual offenders reported to the College as being enrolled, attending or employed at the College. A synopsis of some of the basic laws pertaining to the Sexual Offender Registry are:.
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Previously, no local law existed restricting where sex offenders could live once they were off supervision, which meant they could technically live with minors once their supervision ended. The grandfather had previously molested a year-old girl he knew on numerous occasions in and served in state prison from until he was granted parole in and later went on the New York State Sex Offender Registry as a level 1 offender. When the grandfather went on the sex offender registry in , he initially was not supposed to have any contact with children under 18 years old unless under the supervision of another adult. But once his supervision ended in , those stipulations went away. After several months of living together, he showed a picture of his genitals to his grandchild and was arrested and charged with acting in a manner injurious to a child younger than 17, a misdemeanor offense. Because the grandfather was off supervision, he was technically able to live wherever he pleased because once a sex offender, of any level, is no longer under any form of supervision, parole or probation, the Sex Offender Registry Act SORA does not say where they can or cannot live. Currently, courts decide on what is in the best interest of a child which is the standard when it comes to most judgments involving children.
New York State Sex Offender Registry
The New York State Legislature has recognized that people subject to SORA can make positive changes in their life which lowers their risk of recidivism and threat to society. A registrant may petition a court to lower his or her risk level, or even ask to be relieved from the duty of registration in some circumstances. After considering all of the evidence, a judge will make a determination whether the registrant should be adjudicated a Level 1 low risk , Level 2 moderate risk , or Level 3 high risk offender.
Jump to navigation Skip navigation. Creating statutory restrictions on employment opportunities for registered sex offenders will do little, if anything, to prevent future sexual attacks against children. Indeed, such legislation may well undermine public safety.