South Yorkshire sex offenders win right to have names wiped off register

South Yorkshire sex offenders win right to have names wiped off register
 

0 Have your say Police chiefs have revealed that 17 sex offenders have won the right to have their names removed from the Sex Offenders' Register.
Since September 2012 a change in the law has meant those convicted of sex offences can apply to have their names removed on the grounds they no longer pose a threat.
Under the Freedom of Information Act, South Yorkshire Police disclosed that 32 sex offenders applied for their names to be removed from the register between January 2016 and September 2012, when the new law was introduced.
Six of the offenders had convictions for rape, including... read more

 
13 May 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 24
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