Becky Southworth, the daughter of a convicted sex offender, steps into the unsettling world of sex offender rehabilitation to see what can be done to stop them reoffending. He has since been released, but while in prison he undertook a sex offender rehabilitation programme. In this film, she steps into the unsettling world of sex offender rehabilitation, meeting sex offenders living in our communities and trying to understand what drove them to commit these horrific crimes, while seeing what treatment is available to stop them committing any more. Filming across the UK in anonymous locations with extreme protective measures in place to protect the sex offenders from attacks from the public, Becky meets a growing group of offenders who have not been sent to prison for their crimes and have received treatment in the community. Through meeting these people and reflecting on her past, Becky questions if sex offenders can really ever change. Audio described.
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Five Facts About Juvenile Sex Offender Registration
Four registered sex offenders are incarcerated, including Fitzgerald Stewart who is listed as currently in the Minnesota Department of Corrections. Here is where sex offenders are registered as living in Oak Park. Pins on the map represent addresses of offenders convicted of sex crimes. Roll your cursor over the pins, and you will see more information pop up, including the registered sex offender's name, address, date of birth and convictions.
It is estimated that half of registered sex offenders are churchgoers. So when the convicted finish serving time in jail, they want to head back to the pews. A lot of churches, however, are not ready to open their doors to the former criminals. Most churchgoers would agree that Jesus saves all sinners including sex offenders, but fear the offenders attending their church," said Greg Sporer, co-founder of Keeping Kids Safe Ministries.