When communities successfully get them to move, community members' fear subsides, thus making them feel safe. More recently, the Post Katrina Emergency Reform Act has increased attention on sheltering for people with disabilities, companion animals, the incarcerated, registered sex offenders and other constituencies. Furthermore, even the definition of sexual assault varies. The Uniform Crime Reports collected by the Department of Justice have methodological problems and typically only include data on violent rape, when sexual assault includes many other acts such as statutory rape, possession of child pornography, and indecent exposure. Initially, the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children Act and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act 5 was created to help law enforcement officials track sex offenders and thus, theoretically, reduce the likelihood that they would recidivate. These policies have led to multiple collateral consequences, creating an ominous environment that inhibits successful reintegration and may contribute to an increasing risk for recidivism. For instance, Hanson, Scott, and Steffy found significantly fewer child molesters It is therefore necessary to address how impulsivity is defined and explained, as well as how it is measured. Long-term impact evaluation of specialized sex offender probation programs in Lake, Dupage, Winnebago counties. Task-based measures offer a more objective form of behavioural assessment than self-report measures according to Dougherty et al. Offenders were predominantly Caucasian although the small group of sex offenders against adults were predominantly Black. Center for Sex Offender Management Time to work: We do know, however, that most new sexually based crimes are committed by someone not on the registry. The Bureau of Justice Statistics reported a decreasing trend in rapes from 2. Making meaning of Megan's Law. According to the US Department of Justice, 18 registered sex offenders are the least likely class of criminals to reoffend, with 3.