In the stat of Florida, a Sexual Offender is any person convicted of committing, attempting, soliciting or conspiring to commit, any of the following violations, including but not limited to: luring or enticing a child, kidnapping of a child under the age of 13, sexual battery, computer pornography and lewd or lascivious battery upon an elder person or disabled adult.
There are two paths of qualifying as a sexual predator in the state of Florida. One way is to commit one of several “one is enough: sexual predator offenses. The second is to commit a “second strike” sexual predator offense or having previously been found to have committed one or more of certain other listed offenses.
On October 1st, 1997, Florida’s Public Safety Information Act went into effect. This act was designed to help both law enforcement and the public by increasing the awareness of criminal offenders, particularly sexual offenders.
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