The community notification process in Arizona is triggered by a sex offender's release from jail/prison or sentence to probation.When this occurs, the respective county adult probation agency or Arizona Department of Corrections (DOC) is required to enter information about the offender into a statewide accessible database.housands of e-mails come to us from men and women of all walks of life who struggle with addictions to pornography, masturbation, cybersex, and similar sexual practices.We have seen many lives and families devastated by addictive sexual sins.
Level I offenders, the least likely to reoffend, are not listed unless they do not have a permanent address, or are out of compliance.
This page is NOT intended to supplant the community notification process, but rather, it allows the criminal justice community to promote public awareness concerning the potential threat that sex offenders pose to Arizona citizens. Realizing that it is impossible to notify every citizen about a sex offender's presence in their community, this site will empower you to obtain information and take the appropriate precautions. The Arizona Department of Public Safety maintains a current list of all registered sex offenders. Information is provided for sex offenders with risk assessment scores of Level 2, Level 3 and those who meet the requirements outlined in A. On June 1, 1996 Arizona adopted its version of "Megan's Law" by enacting the Sex Offender Community Notification statutes.
Furnishing the public with information regarding convicted sex offenders is a critical step towards encouraging the public to protect themselves from potential future acts. While records indicate that Arizona had laws regarding sex offender registration as early as 1939, never before has so much emphasis been focused on the sex offender population.
, and our Web site, Sex, Love & Relationships which includes stories of many people who have struggled with these issues. Don't ignore the problem; it will only get worse and the damage will spread.
Often, those who contact us have told no one else about their problem. If you find yourself engulfed in a sexual addiction, here are some general tips that have helped many in their journey toward restoration and healing: Remember that God loves you, no matter what kind of sin and selfishness you have immersed yourself in, no matter what your destruction your sin has produced. Understand that it is impossible to overcome sin totally on your own. Create barriers to reduce your exposure to temptation. Copyright © 2001, Films for Christ, All Rights Reserved—except as noted on attached “Usage and Copyright” page that grants Christian Answers.
Depend on God's help, and seek the support of others. Confess your sin to another Christian (preferably of the same sex), and ask them to pray regularly for you and hold you accountable. Seek professional help, especially if the problem is severe and your life has been shattered. If you would like a concerned and discreet Christian to advise you by e-mail about your specific problem, contact us. Net users generous rights for putting this page to work in their homes, personal witnessing, churches and schools.