Study: Illinois Far Behind, Too Harsh With Juvenile Sex Offenders on Registry, Discipline

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The Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission released their report on juvenile sex offenders and registration practices Tuesday, with a leading author calling the current rules and regulations to protect children “patchwork,” and “complicated and confusing.”

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The Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission released their report on juvenile sex offenders and registration practices Tuesday, March 25, 2014

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Improving Illinois’ Response to Sexual Offenses Committed by Youth

PDF Report – March 2014

https://ijjc-illinois-gov.epcsecure.com/sites/ijjc.illinois.gov/files/assets/IJJC%20-%20Improving%20Illinois%27%20Response%20to%20Sexual%20Offenses%20Committed%20by%20Youth%20-%20No%20Appendices.pdf

Audit criticizes Colorado’s program for monitoring sex offenders

Colorado is overtreating many low-risk sex offenders in the mistaken belief that they cannot be cured, an independent consultant has found. As a result, the state’s Sex Offender Management Board is wasting significant amounts of public money on supervision in the community, according to a report from Central Coast Clinical and Forensic Psychology Services.