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Public Register Sarah Payne an eight-year old girl who was murdered in September 2000 by an ex sex offender Because of that the British paper News of the world published a list of convicted sex-offenders Name photo and place of residence were published This naming and shaming campaign had far-reaching results Two ex-sex-offenders committed suicide and five innocent families had to move The Belgium government prevented a list of convicted sex-offenders at the last moment The media had paid a lot of attention on sexual offence lately Because some people want action They want the data of ex paedophiles concerning identity and place of residence released in a public register So that everyone who wants to know where a ex-sex-offender lives can consult the register But the main question is should the identity and place of residence of ex sex offender be published in a public register I am against this statement There are several reasons for a public register One of them is that the search and prosecution would be easier It appears that 25 - 90 of the ex sex offenders fall back in their old behaviour When the perpetrator is planning to commit a crime again than he knows that he would caught faster and easier because of the public register Even though search and prosecution would be easier its not right to publish the identity and place of residence of ex sex offenders in a public register because of the rule of law The constitutional state has a couple of principles One of them is that the judge rules and not the people When everyone knows where a ex sex offender lives this principle will be stricken The people want to be own judge and take the law into their own hands In my opinion thats wrong And articles 15 of our constitutional law say that ex prisoners have the same right as
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