Sex Offender FAQ
If you believe it is ok to deny registered sex offenders human rights or U.S. Constitutional rights. If you do not believe registered sex offenders are denied their human and constitutional rights or if you are against free speech.
Please leave this web page now. Thank you.
By remaining on this web page you here by acknowledge that you support human rights and United States constitutional rights for registered sex offenders and that you support freedom of speech.
Freedom of speech is understood to be fundamental in a democracy. The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances. It was adopted on December 15, 1791, as one of the ten amendments that comprise the Bill of Rights.
This blog is not for people to be critical of what is posted here and if the reader is critical of anything here than that means they did not read the disclaimer on the top of each of the pages here and are not welcome here and should stop reading and leave this blog upon my request and in the name of freedom of speech, and my rights as a American citizen.
No sexual abuse is ever acceptable. Sex offense laws and policies should be based on sound research and common sense, not fear, panic or paranoia. Current laws and policies that paint all sex offenders with one broad brush are counter- productive, wasteful, and cause needless harm. Each offense must be judged on its own merits with a punishment that fits the crime and does not waste taxpayer dollars. The public sex offender registry and residency restriction laws do not protect children but instead ostracize and dehumanize individuals and their families. Money spent on purely punitive measures would be better used for prevention, healing, and rehabilitation.
Texas DPS Breaks it’s own Laws Everyday:
No offence Texas DPS; but I believe making sex offender registration public: especially to allow web crawlers like Google to access it by bypassing this page :
These are legal rules DPS has set forth itself. This a absolute abuse of that law passed by President Johnson.
TxDPS Sex Offender Registry
Effective immediately, the Texas Public Sex Offender Registry will no longer display a registrant’s employer name, address or telephone number. This is in accordance with Senate Bill 369 passed during the 83rd Regular Legislative Session (2013). This amendment modified Article 62.005 of the Code of Criminal Procedure to make this information non-public.
Pursuant to Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 62.005, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) establishes this website as the official internet public access to the DPS sex offender registration computerized central database.
All information on individual registrants is based on registration information submitted by Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas Youth Commission, or various local criminal justice agencies. DPS cannot guarantee the records obtained through this site relate to the person about whom information is sought. Searches based on names, dates of birth, or other alphanumeric identifiers are not always accurate. The only way to positively link an individual to a specific sex offender record is though fingerprint verification. However, if you feel there is an error on a sex offender registration record, please report this to the local law enforcement agency the sex offender has verified their information with. The verification agency is listed in the sex offender registration information.
All information provided through this website is open record. It may be used by anyone for any purpose. However, it is your responsibility to make sure the records you access through this site pertain to the person about whom you are seeking information. Extreme care should be exercised in using any information obtained from this website. Neither DPS nor the State of Texas shall be responsible for any errors or omissions produced by secondary dissemination of this information. The Texas Legislature mandates the following information regarding the offender not be public record: social security number, driver’s license number, telephone number, online identifiers, ( see this page: http://sexoffenderfaq.blogspot.com/p/subject-online-identifier-required-by.html
for more on this subject ) and any additional information required by DPS for law enforcement purposes.
Pursuant to Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 62.301 and judicial orders, not all offenders are available on the public access sex offender database.
Anyone who uses any information on this website to injure, harass, or for any other unlawful purpose may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability.
Your supposed to click; I have read and agree to the above statements. to look up sex offender information.
Not find it randomly on Google!
Freedom of Information Act (United States)
I know on thing for sure that Lyndon B. Johnson would have never signed it into law knowing that someday people’s personal information would all be published world wide on the internet. It should be illegal to do that. You should have to go to the court house to get that stuff just like it was intended to be in 1966.
Think about it.
It is sooooooo; simple to fix this violation of Texas DPS agreement found here:
How to prevent your content from appearing in Google Search results.
You can prevent a page from appearing in Google Search by including a
noindex meta tag in the page’s HTML code. When Googlebot next crawls that page, Googlebot will see the
noindex meta tag and will drop that page entirely from Google Search results, regardless of whether other sites link to it.
The noindex meta standard
is a useful tool if you don’t have root access to your server, as it allows you to control access to your site on a page-by-page basis.
To prevent most search engine web crawlers from indexing a page on your site, place the following meta tag into the
section of your page:
To prevent only Google web crawlers from indexing a page:
You should be aware that some search engine web crawlers might interpret the
noindex directive differently. As a result, it is possible that your page might still appear in results from other search engines.
Also not to mention the fact that websites like this copy and paste this sensitive information for profit and often offer sex offenders opportunity to take said information off their websites for money.
web site like this: