Sex Offender Registry
An online registry of convicted sex offenders in Texas would no longer include employer information under a bill inching closer to Gov. Rick Perry’s desk.
In the age of online dating a state bill, co-authored by a representative from North Texas, will probably be of special interest to women and men entering into a new relationship. Texas House Bill 21 proposes creating a Domestic Violence Registry.
The reward for a North Texas sex offender has increased to more than $10,000. Jimmy Ray McMillan is on the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender list and is currently wanted for failing to register as a sex offender.
It is estimated that some 340,000 Texans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. An online community has now been started for those Texans and millions upon millions of others worldwide impacted by the disease.
A former teacher at Episcopal School of Dallas (ESD), convicted for having a relationship with a student, was sentenced Monday. Nathan Campbell received 10 years deferred adjudication.
The Texas parole board has started removing the sex offender status from thousands of parolees who’ve never been convicted of a sex crime.
A ‘Romeo & Juliet’ bill, that would keep teenagers convicted of statutory rape from being put on the Sex Offender Registry, is waiting for Governor Perry’s signature.
Singles website Match.com said Sunday that it will begin screening its users against the national sex offender registry.