Dating sites for sex offenders
According to court records, she told the 911 dispatcher, Deveau "a man was trying to rape her and had threatened her." The call ended with her saying, "He’s coming."Given a lack of official statistics and studies, CJI conducted a non-scientific survey of 1,200 women, finding that a third of them said they were sexually assaulted by someone they met on a dating app. CJI also examined 150 sexual assaults involving dating apps—culled from news reports, lawsuits, and criminal records—finding that "most incidents occurred in the past five years and during the app users’ first in-person meeting, in parking lots, apartments and dorm rooms.
Most victims, almost all women, met their male attackers through Tinder, Ok Cupid, Plentyof Fish or Match.
dating websites and a veritable dinosaur among younger platforms like Tinder and Bumble.
Still, law enforcement officials raised his sex offender status to the state’s most dangerous category, Level III, deeming him highly likely to offend again.The specific offenses for which registration is required can be found in New Jersey Code at 2C:7-2.Individual registrants are then assessed to determine whether they pose a relatively low, moderate or high risk of re-offense, based on application of elements such as the characteristics of the sex offense or offenses they committed, their offense history and other criteria such as response to treatment and community support.In fact, Match, which started screening in 2011, seems to be alone among the online dating platforms owned by the same company, Match Group, Dallas-a based corporation that owns 45 online dating brands.