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Although the individuals listed on the sex offender registry are initially identified through fingerprinting and photograph submission to the Pennsylvania State Police, it should be understood that positive identification of any individual whose registration record has been made available on the Internet registry can be verified only though the review of a properly executed fingerprint card.By placing this information on the Internet, no representation is being made that the listed individual will commit any specific crime in the future, nor is any representation being made that if the individual commits an offense that one of the listed offenses will be the offense committed.Pennsylvania State Police are in the process of simultaneously reviewing ex-offenders that fall under the pre-Adam Walsh Act implementation and those that qualify for the parental exemption, spokesman Cpl. The review process includes examining registration files to make sure there are no other offenses that require registration before a name is removed, Reed said.Letters are sent notifying individuals that they no longer have a registration requirement, he added.Public access to information about registered sex offenders is intended solely as a means of public protection.When viewing the information on this website, please be advised that: The information contained on this website has been provided by the registrant and/or other entities.
The court’s ruling found that by upping the years of registration, mandating routine in-person appearances before state police, and putting more information about an offender online, the requirements had became punitive.
When SORNA was approved, a nearly unanimous Legislature disagreed, insisting the beefed-up rules weren’t meant as punishment.
By imposing the requirements retroactively, SORNA forced a raft of ex-convicts to register for the first time — even years after their cases were decided — or to register for longer than they otherwise would have.
[theintell.com] Pennsylvania State Police have started the process for removing as many as 5,000 ex-offenders from the Megan’s Law registry under a state supreme court mandate and a new law.
Shaquana Green appeared at a Pennsylvania State Police barracks last month to update her information as a registered sex offender.