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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. I then did a google search and found out that they passed a few bills last year, so that the pedophiles won't be coming to Wyoming for a safe haven since ly Wyoming had, had the most lenient laws for them.
I wanted to move to Wyoming because I thought it would give me more peace of mind about my kids being safe. How is everyone in Wyoming dealing with this? Are things starting to change since they passed the bills last year? As far as your kids being safe Maybe i am misunderstanding you? I dont know of anywhere where kids will be completely safe. Someone else might know more about those bills that were passed than i do.
There was a big influx of offenders moving to the state in the last few years because there was little regulation. That is why they passed like 3 new bills in I'm surprised you are not aware of this. I live outside of Denver and we have nowhere near the amount of sexual offenders as Cheyenne does! It's just kinda scary. I was reading on another forum where a lady from Cheyenne said that there were 3 offenders living on her street.
Maybe you should look at the link to see which ones are living near you so you can better keep your kiddos safe! Lax laws draw sex offenders to Wyo. AP - Wyoming, with its wide-open spaces and crisp, clear vistas, is starting to worry it has made itself too attractive in one respect: Convicted sex offenders from out of state are moving in, apparently because the laws are less restrictive.
Otherwise they wouldn't be moving here in the kind of s that we seem to be seeing. That is not a large for such a sparsely populated state. But law enforcement officials and legislators are worried because 56 percent of those offenders moved to Wyoming after being convicted somewhere else.
Afraid that the word is out among ex-convicts that Wyoming has some of the nation's loosest restrictions on sex offenders, state legislators are rushing to tighten the laws, and they are meeting little resistance.
Ed Buchanan, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. While other states often prohibit sex offenders from living near schools, daycare centers or other places with children, Wyoming has no such laws. They can live in a home with children if they want to," said Laramie County sheriff's Sgt.
Linda Gesell. Also, unlike many other states, Wyoming does not require people convicted of indecent exposure or sexual battery to register as sex offenders. In addition, ex-convicts who are deemed low- and medium-risk offenders are not listed on the state's publicly accessible Web site.
Gary Smith, a year-old cook in Cheyenne, left Wyoming for Oklahoma after serving about four years in prison for having sex with a year-old girl. A few months later, a neighbor posted fliers in Smith's trailer park showing his criminal record, which had been taken from an Oklahoma Web site on registered sex offenders. Smith and his wife quickly headed back to Wyoming. Although he is a registered sex offender here, he is not listed on public databases because authorities do not consider him at high risk of committing another crime. Smith is glad the state does not call attention to his conviction.
Originally Posted by Linnea Hi, We were seriously looking at moving to Cheyenne within the next year, however today I went to National Sex Offender Registry and found out that there is a HUGE amount of registered sex offenders living in the area. I don't bother subscribing to our local paper as they don't report much anyways, so I haven't heard that they are finally tightening up the laws in WY concerning sex offenders.
All I have to say is it's about time they did. However all the laws in the world are not going to keep a sexual perp. So it dosen't matter what laws are in any state the best thing that we as parents can do is teach our children not to talk to or interact with strangers. There are many books out there that can help have these kinds of conversations with our children if you don't know where to start or what to say.
The best thing we as parents can do for our children is give them the right to say NO!! Also we need to stop dressing our kiddos up as eye candy. All of those short shorts, mid drift shirts and skimpy skirts need to be tossed and more apropriate clothing should be worn. It dosen't take much to make a sexual perp. Originally Posted by wyoquilter.
They are turned back out into society with a slap on the wrist and told to control their urges. Some places make them have a or a pumpkin in their yard that warns children to stay away I'm taking a very interesting upper division college elective right now for criminal justice called "Deviant Behavior" But as stated above and by me ly as well , it all comes down to us as parents teaching our children and KNOWING where they are. Just giving a teen or tween a cell phone and letting 'em loose at the mall is NOT being a parent nor is it responsible.
And as mentioned above Of course, they see their friends wearing it and want to buy it Unfortunately, it seems there are a lot of sodomistic sexual predators out there who are targeting our boys What it comes down to is not living your life in fear.
It gets us no where. Be responsible parents and teach our children to be responsible citizens growing up. Parents need to take more drastic action as well, if any of my children were molested by such a freak I would make sure that the scumbag would never be seen from again. If the government cannot or will not do the job then the people must. It is my G-d given right to defend myself and my family and my community.
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