This app helps keep your family safe anywhere they go by pulling information about sex offenders in all 50 states and displaying them by location. ***** “Great app for parents pin points location of offender and address based off location of you phone not to mention their picture” -Scoobuwhyi Great app ***** “Very informative” -dramafree Now more than ever people need to be informed about their surroundings, and who resides near where they live, work, and play. Between after school sports leagues, that new neighbor next door, and even online dating sites, you’re exposed to potential danger without even knowing it. features include: * NO limits on search results * NO limits on number of uses per day * Full featured application!People’s appearances are often deceiving, especially those individuals with a checkered past; so it’s very important to know who you may encounter when you least expect it. * Use GPS function to find registered offenders in close proximity * Search for registered offenders by addresses in your contacts * Input address manually to find offenders in the area * Map all offenders in the selected area * Detailed profile of each offender (picture, location, description) * Map selected offender Now, no matter where you go in the United States, you’ll never be without the vital information that could make the difference between an enjoyable afternoon, and one where you could be in danger.Imagine a little boy playing Xbox Live with a registered sex offender, a girl striking up a Facebook friendship with a child molester, a member going on a date with a convicted rapist.These are just a few of the both real world and imagined scenarios that have inspired attempts in recent weeks to restrict registered sex offenders from social networking, virtual gaming and online dating.Constitutionally speaking, where can the line be drawn?
Alleen op deze site plaatsen iedere dag opnieuw mannen en vrouwen sexadvertenties met foto's en contactinformatie.
First, to the legal concerns: The ACLU filed a lawsuit in response to an earlier version of the Louisiana law, which seemed to apply not only to social networking sites but to , claiming that it was “overbroad” and would infringe upon “free speech rights under the First Amendment.” It was already signed into law but was struck down in February on the grounds that it was unconstitutional.
OK, so banning sex offenders from accessing most sites on the Web is unconstitutional, but what about banning them in more limited ways?
With a single touch of the display, you’ll find every registered sex offender in the area.
Select a specific result to get a full scale profile, complete with a list of their offenses, their location, and a photo, of the selected sex offender.
Level 2 offenders finally classified after July12, 2013 and Level 3 offenders are posted on this web site under our Community Search.