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offender

n. an accused defendant in a criminal case or one convicted of a crime. (See: defendant, accused)

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In the same period, the average number of reconvictions per offender has decreased by 16% from 0.57 to 0.48.
The number of sex offenders per head in the police force area is 18 per cent higher than across England and Wales as a whole, which has one sex offender for every 878 people.
In 2017/18, one sex offender being monitored in Wales was charged with a serious further offence, and none were convicted.
The numbers of registered sex offenders living in Wales is rising rapidly, new figures released this week have shown.
On Teesside, it is the equivalent of one sex offender for every 608 people aged 10 and over.
The question I do not hear is, "why did the offender continue to repeatedly assault their intimate partner?" The assumptions underlying these questions must be understood to meaningfully reduce intimate partner violence.
Almost three dozen sex offenders moved to Mexico, which has no national sex offender registry.
Wilmington, DE, April 16, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The national sex offender registry allows authorities to keep track of the sex offenders across the United States, and also let people know where they reside.
West Midlands Police said 46 registered sex offenders were wanted or missing including one offender who disappeared in 2006.
There was one sex offender charged with and one convicted of a serious further offence in 2016/17.
The February 17th Court of Appeals ruling essentially invalidates these local sex offender laws--reported to be--by the New York Civil Liberties Union--some 21 county and 109 town and city local laws.