Level 2 notifications are made to public and private schools, child day care centers, family day care providers; businesses and organizations that serve primarily children, women, or vulnerable adults; and neighbors and community groups near where the offender resides, expects to reside, or is regularly found.
This evaluation is based on a complex scoring and review process. Level 3 These offenders pose a potential high risk to the community and are a threat to re-offend if provided the opportunity.
Community safety is a primary factor in the process. Level 3 offenders are considered to be a high risk to reoffend in the community and meet most, if not all, of the following criteria: Offender exhibits predatory tendencies as defined by RCW Skip to Main Content. Level 3 Notification Guidelines Washington state law requires that the general public be notified of information on Level 3 registered sex offenders.
Level 2 These offenders present a moderate risk to the community and they have a higher likelihood of re-offending than the Level 1 offenders.
Example characteristics: prior sex crime convictions, other criminal convictions, predatory characteristics, and crimes that may have been violent in nature. For example, the city of Des Moines added to the list of restricted places parks, public swimming pools, libraries, and recreational trails.
This includes prohibiting a sex offender from living within a certain specified distance from any school, as well as working in an occupation that involves contact with children. The law immediately became the subject of a civil, class action lawsuit filed by three registered sex offenders, on behalf of all sex offenders who would be affected by the law in the future.
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Some have refused to participate or failed to complete approved treatment programs. Level 3 These offenders pose a potential high risk to the community and are a threat to re-offend if provided the opportunity. Sex Offenders in Pierce County.
They determine the risk classification level for the offender. Information concerning this level of registration shall be shared with other law enforcement agencies, and upon request, relevant, necessary and accurate information may be disclosed to any victim or witness to the offense and to any community member who lives near the residence where the offender resides, expects to reside, or is regularly found.
Level 2 registered sex offenders are considered to be an intermediate or moderate risk for re-offending in the community and they meet most, if not all, of the following criteria: Offense occurred outside the family setting Victim is not a blood relative Offender may or may not have successfully completed a treatment program Multiple offenses Offender poses a risk to the general community residing in the immediate area of the offender Offender has predatory tendencies in that they involve themselves with families or communities where there are opportunities to seek out and groom victims Local Sex Offenders There is currently 1 level 2 offender in San Juan County.