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Children thus find themselves subject to the shame and stigma of being identified as sex offenders on online registries, in some cases for the rest of their lives. was adjudicated at age 12 for performing a sex act on a child under 10.
The juvenile justice system acknowledges that children who break the law should be treated differently than adults, with a greater emphasis on rehabilitation, and that forcing them to carry the burden of a public criminal record for childhood mistakes serves neither them nor the community.Thirty-two states include in their online registriessometimes for lifeyouthful offenders who were convicted of specified offenses, regardless of whether they were adjudicated in adult or juvenile courts.The Adam Walsh Act requires all states to include in their online registries offenders who were 14 or older at the time they committed specified offenses, or risk the loss of federal funding for law enforcement resources. Paul pled guilty in adult court to one count of criminal sexual conduct with a child under 13. Paul has been through an intensive sex offender treatment program.The researchers also found that having committed a sex offense as a juvenile was not a particularly strong predictor of committing a sex offense as an adult; indeed, boys with long (five or more) contacts with the police that did not involve sex offenses were twice as likely to commit sex offenses as adults than boys who had committed sex offenses but had fewer than five police contacts.Examination of adult sex offender records in Philadelphia and Racine also revealed that few adult sex offenders had been convicted of sex offenses as children.
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The records of children caught up in the juvenile justice system can be expunged or sealed, or entered into the public record as an adjudication when the offender reaches the age of majority.