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FBI agents, National Guard troops and volunteers descended on St. Today, all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico maintain registries. The answer, she believed, came in part from what the police told her: If only they had a list of suspects — a registry — they would at least have a place to start. Wetterling proved herself an effective lobbyist: In 1991, thanks largely to her efforts, the state of Minnesota established the nation’s first public sex-offender registry.It’s a negative self-fulfilling prophecy when you label a child a sex offender.You place that kind of stigma on a kid and they tend to live up, or rather down, to those expectations.AUSTIN - As criminals go, these few hundred men officially are labeled the worst of the worst, offenders whose past sexual crimes have branded them as such pariahs that the state has decided to keep them confined in jails and halfway houses and run-down boarding homes across Texas at taxpayer expense, even though they long ago completed their prison sentences.They were the unknown, until a month ago when the little-known agency that supervises them - the Office of Violent Sex Offender Management - relocated more than two dozen into the Acres Homes neighborhood in north Houston, without any advance public notice, causing controversy and alarm. These people are just being kept locked up." Proponents of civil commitment programs for sex offenders insist it is legal, pointing to a string of court decisions upholding its strict rules.Lauren Carollo, a rape victim and advocate from Fort Bend County who has championed the law for years, believes civil commitment of violent sex offenders is a lawful and prudent means of protecting public safety, despite the legal issues."The people complaining are the violent sex criminals and, as far as I'm concerned, they gave up that right when they committed their crime," she said.

The juvenile justice system acknowledges that children who break the law should be treated differently than adults, with a greater emphasis on rehabilitation, and that forcing them to carry the burden of a public criminal record for childhood mistakes serves neither them nor the community. Wetterling, for her part, wondered if anything could have been done differently.The practice has spread internationally, and the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia have all established registry systems of their own.Some children are on registries because they committed serious sex offenses, such as forcibly raping a much younger child.Other children are labeled sex offenders for such non-coercive or nonviolent and age-appropriate activities as “playing doctor,” youthful pranks such as exposing one’s buttocks, and non-coercive teen sex.

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