Funds Sought for Sexual Predator Program

Cuccinelli and McDonnell are seeking to fill the budget gap for the Sexually Violent Predator Program. Full Story
citizen

United States

#1 Jan 3, 2011
The Virginia State Police website has a Sex Offender Registry that can be searched by zip code or name.

Search 22902 and the surrounding zip codes and gain a new perspective on many that you have see in the downtown area.

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United States

#2 Jan 3, 2011
EFFFF the funds, just kill everyone of them then use the money safed from keeping these pos in jail and the lawyer fees shoot on site
god fearer

Rustburg, VA

#3 Jan 4, 2011
please ask Honorable Mr Cuccinelli, Honorable Mr McDonnell, and others to explain this:

why are they spending tens of millions of dollars on costly '24/7 incarceration'(although they call it 'civil commitment') when less costly alternative strategies exist?

why are they spending tens of millions of dollars in this arena - with the worthy goal to prevent sexual violence in communities - but are not spending what is needed to prevent the high rates of rape and other sexual victimization of youth in state custody, and adults in state custody; and btw, the gay, lesbian and transgender youth report being sexually victimized at 10X the level of heterosexual youth in state custody

why are they resisting enforcing other laws regarding sexual victimization ('date rape', family sexual victimization (including incest), etc)

Please explain!

and there is a lot more for these big spenders/bad spenders to explain about
edd

United States

#4 Jan 4, 2011
god fearer wrote:
please ask Honorable Mr Cuccinelli, Honorable Mr McDonnell, and others to explain this:
why are they spending tens of millions of dollars on costly '24/7 incarceration'(although they call it 'civil commitment') when less costly alternative strategies exist?
why are they spending tens of millions of dollars in this arena - with the worthy goal to prevent sexual violence in communities - but are not spending what is needed to prevent the high rates of rape and other sexual victimization of youth in state custody, and adults in state custody; and btw, the gay, lesbian and transgender youth report being sexually victimized at 10X the level of heterosexual youth in state custody
why are they resisting enforcing other laws regarding sexual victimization ('date rape', family sexual victimization (including incest), etc)
Please explain!
and there is a lot more for these big spenders/bad spenders to explain about
Yeah there are lots of problems but why not start with the guys who walk past our houses everyday?

Those are the wackos we need to start with.
UP Set

Richmond, VA

#6 Jan 27, 2011
It would be cheapper to let them go. But they would live in your area. Around you, your kids, your grand kids. But it would be cheaper. You get what you pay for.

Since: Jul 10

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#7 Jan 27, 2011
god fearer wrote:
please ask Honorable Mr Cuccinelli, Honorable Mr McDonnell, and others to explain this:
why are they spending tens of millions of dollars on costly '24/7 incarceration'(although they call it 'civil commitment') when less costly alternative strategies exist?
why are they spending tens of millions of dollars in this arena - with the worthy goal to prevent sexual violence in communities - but are not spending what is needed to prevent the high rates of rape and other sexual victimization of youth in state custody, and adults in state custody; and btw, the gay, lesbian and transgender youth report being sexually victimized at 10X the level of heterosexual youth in state custody
why are they resisting enforcing other laws regarding sexual victimization ('date rape', family sexual victimization (including incest), etc)
Please explain!
and there is a lot more for these big spenders/bad spenders to explain about
Since the most violent sex offenders are often released and strike again, often murdering their victims, I see this as necessary. It may be costly and you said that alternative strategies already exist, but did not explain what they are. Please enlighten me.

I agree that victimization of prisoners does exist, but if there is a choice of who will be a victim, I am more concerned for the victims, many of them children in our neighborhoods just playing in their yards, shopping malls, parks or any place where they are vunerable.

Unfortunately everyone has heard the horror stories as to what could happen when you are incarcerated. Criminals know this when they commit crimes but believe they will never be caught. If there are not enough funds to address this presently, the money should be used to protect our innocent citizens and especially our children from these violent sexual offenders first.

There are already laws on the books for date rapes, incest and etc. that are not always enforced as they should be. Social services could do a better job for family victimization and reporting.

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