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The Town Board finds that the disclosures required and the limitations contained herein will protect the citizens of Amherst and will provide to employers who contract with Amherst information that will assist these employers in protecting children who may come into proximity with a sex offender in the scope of employment.The Town Board finds that the Town of Amherst has not assessed and can not assess the risk of recidivism of any particular sex offender or class of sex offenders and has made no determination of dangerousness of any particular sex offender or class of sex offenders.They usually have one or more victims and may have committed prior crimes of violence. The crime may show a manifest cruelty to the victim(s) and these offenders usually deny or minimize the crime.These offenders commonly have clear indications of a personality disorder.
Pursuant to this subsection, the registrant must provide a description and location of any and all rented or owned spaces to which the registrant claims a right to privacy or a right to exclude others, including, but not limited to, storage buildings.A sex offender must register with the APD within 10 days after being released from incarceration, or 10 days from the date of sentencing if not incarcerated, for a sex offender violation.A registrant under this section must provide the APD with the following information: His current address, the address of any other residences he owns or the address of any other real property he owns or leases and the address of any other locations or places of lodging where the sex offender intends to stay or does in fact stay for more than three consecutive days at any time or an aggregate of 10 or more days in a registration year.**Disclaimer: The sex offender level is determined by the law enforcement agency in which the sex offender resides.The King County Sheriff's Office is not responsible for the sex offender rating completed by another law enforcement agency.
Moreover, as the tragic murder of Jessica Lunsford in Florida in spring 2005 and other such events have shown, recidivism among convicted sexual offenders is a continuing problem.