WI: Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act works to notify students.
February 4, 2003
By Christina Daglas
By Oct. 1, colleges nationwide will have received information from the state regarding sex offenders who are enrolled, employed or somehow affiliated with the campus.
In turn, colleges will then be in charge of notifying students, faculty members and administrators where they can obtain the information.
The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act "provides the tracking of convicted sex offenders enrolled at or employed by institutions of higher education." Colleges are not required to ask for information regarding a person's past experience upon application. The gathering of the information is the sole responsibility of the offender as well as the state.
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