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The aim of the dissertation is to critically assess whether making the sex offenders’ register available to the public will increase public protection against these offenders or whether Sarah’s law, notification of sex offenders’ whereabouts in the community will violate a sex offender’s rights and put the public in no better position to protect themselves then before the introduction of the Act. In order to achieve my aim this dissertation proposes to discuss:
  • The history of the Law surrounding the sex offenders’ register, how and why the law is the way it is today.
  • How sex offenders have become the most demonised people of today. This will allow me to understand the process that society has gone through to create such feelings of hatred and what may have influence these feelings.
  • How paedophile activity is affecting other countries around the world, paying particular attention to Megan’s Law in the US which is similar to Sarah’s law’s notification procedure in the UK.
  • What Megan’s Law is the impact on American people and sex offenders and whether it has actually reduced child sex crimes or made them worse.
  • What the UK has adopted instead of Sarah’s Law, of public notification of sex offenders.
  • What the public think about Sarah’s Law whether they think it is a good idea to implement public notification of sex offenders in their communities.

  • 13,000 words – 70 pages in length
  • Excellent use of literature
  • Well written throughout
  • Very topical and contemporary issue
  • Outstanding piece of work
  • Ideal for law students


1: Inroduction

2: History of Sex offenders Act

3: How Paedophiles have become demons of our era

4: How big the problem of Paedophiles really is

5: How effective is Megan’s Law?

6: The British Public’s Opinion on Sarah’s Law

7:Conclusion

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