Tag: Sex Offenders

How To Protect Yourself And Your Family With PeopleFinders

How important is it to keep your family safe? Yes, that is a ridiculous question. The safety and security of your loved ones is the most important thing we can think of. At PeopleFinders, we take your safety very seriously. We offer several security-oriented services to help you protect yourself, your family and all the Read More…

Back To School Safety Tips For Kids

It’s hard to believe, but August is almost half over. Parents everywhere are starting to focus on preparing their children to go back to school. A new semester can be an exciting time. Kids will soon be meeting new people, learning new things and having experiences that will shape the rest of their lives. It’s Read More…

More Schools Require Volunteers To Pass Criminal Background Checks

Have you ever thought about volunteering at a public school? If you were required to pass a criminal background check first, would that encourage or discourage you? Adults across the country are now asked to supply a background report before they’re allowed to volunteer at local schools. It wasn’t always this way. Years ago most Read More…

Should Sex Offenders Have The Right To Travel?

According to a recent report by CNN, several thousand sex offenders in the United States are granted passports each year. This information came directly from a document produced by a Government Accountability Office (GAO).

A Year Of Anyone, Anywhere

On Saturday, May 29 2010, this blog – Anyone, Anywhere – celebrates its one-year anniversary! What a year it’s been! We’ve covered a vast array of topics, brought up ideas on how PeopleFinders can make your life easier and enjoyed reading some opinionated comments from you. A few of our favorite moments include:

Lessons From National Missing Children’s Day

Nearly 800,000 children are reported missing in the United States every year. Many are abducted by family members; others are taken by violent predators and sex offenders. This is an ongoing problem that affects us all. May 25, 2010 is National Missing Children’s Day. It’s a chance to reflect on the widespread problem of child Read More…

The Supreme Court Makes A Decision About Sex Offenders

On Monday, May 17 2010, the Supreme Court declared Civil Commitment for sex offenders to be legal. This means the federal government may now hold sexual offenders indefinitely. The concept of Civil Commitment was established by the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. Adam Walsh was abducted and murdered by a man Read More…

Are Rules For Sex Offenders Strong Enough?

We’ve all heard the recent stories about sexual offenders who commit new crimes after spending time in prison. These unsettling reports create an uproar from citizens who are increasingly concerned for their own safety. The public may soon demand a re-examination of laws that are supposed to protect society from violent sexual offenders. In 2000, Read More…

Sex Offenders In California Face New Regulations

The subject of what should be done with registered sex offenders always leads to a myriad of questions. Should sexual offenders be set free and left alone after completing a prison sentence? Could offenders benefit from long-term rehabilitative treatment? Would residency restrictions that ban pedophiles from living within 2,000 feet of any location where children Read More…