JERSEY’S first sex offenders’ register could be up and running by the end of next month.
And, unlike the UK’s register, it could include people who have committed sexual offences in the past.
It means that offenders including 55-year-old Allan Kittleson, who was sentenced last week for having sex with a girl when she was 15, and many others could be added to the register. Home Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand said that around 200 Islanders who had committed sexual offences in the past could be named in the register when it was set up.
Article posted on 15th October, 2010 - 2.58pm