Posted Friday, January 11, 2013 - 04:50
Revealed: Worried parents make 51 requests to Manchester police for information on sexual offenders in 2012
"SARAH'S LAW [not]: Parents demand [sic] info
Worried parents made 51 enquires to Greater Manchester Police for information regarding sex offenders in their area last year.
MM can reveal that the 51 enquiries were made using the Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme, with Bury receiving the most number of requests across the boroughs.
The scheme is also known as ‘Sarah’s Law’ [not], following the death of nine-year-old Sarah Payne at the hands of a convicted sex offender in July 2000.
It was designed to allow parents and guardians to access the sex offenders’ register [not] should an adult have access to their child [not]."
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
More Sarah's Law [not] information released
"THIRTY five parents have made applications under Sarah's Law [not] in its second year.
The scheme, also known as the Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme, allows parents to find out if people in contact with their children are sex offenders."
Sunday, August 18, 2013
Sarah's Law [not] identifies 24 sex [sic] offenders
"MORE than 20 registered sex [sic] offenders have been uncovered by parents concerned about the safety of their children."
11:00am Tuesday 14th January 2014
‘Sarah’s Law’ [not] is unmasking sex offenders
"SARAH’S Law [not] has seen 21 paedophiles [not] unmasked [not] in the West Mercia Police area since the launch of the scheme – aimed at protecting children [sic] from sex offenders."
5:20am Tuesday 25th February 2014
Sarah's Law [not] leads to 13 sex offenders being identified to parents