However, when circumstances arise for the need to share information gathered from its NCCU Web servers, the University may share as: NCCU Web consists of hundreds of University Web servers.Some servers hosted by North Carolina Central University may adopt different privacy notices as their specific needs require. Defendant challenges the statute as unconstitutional. “The General Assembly recognizes that sex offenders often pose a high risk of engaging in sex offenses even after being released from incarceration or commitment and that protection of the public from sex offenders is of paramount governmental interest.” N. In doing so, they must provide the sheriff's office in the county in which they reside with all pertinent personal information set forth in N. Accordingly, we vacate the judgment of the trial court. Background Chapter 14, Article 27A of our general statutes governs the Sex Offender and Public Protection Registration Programs (the Registry). As part of the Registry, persons convicted on or after 1 January 1996 of sexually violent offenses or certain offenses against minors must register as a sex offender. Honest vulnerability, and the courage to face one's own inadequacy and paradoxically one's surprising sufficiency ...""Professionally led and clinically focused PROCESS GROUPS FOR MEN.
Appeal by defendant from judgment entered by Judge William Osmond Smith in Durham County Superior Court. Lester Gerard Packingham (defendant), a registered sex offender, appeals from a judgment entered upon a jury conviction for accessing a commercial social networking Web site, pursuant to N.
Accordingly, the stated purpose of the Registry is to protect the public and children from the risk of recidivism by sex offenders and to aid “law enforcement officers' efforts to protect communities, conduct investigations, and quickly apprehend offenders” because sex offenders “pose significant and unacceptable threats to the public safety and welfare of children.” Id.
“Registration shall be maintained for a period of at least 30 years following the date of initial county registration unless the person, after 10 years of registration, successfully petitions the superior court to shorten his or her registration time period under G.
As part of its commitment to maintain the privacy of users of NCCU Web sites, North Carolina Central University has developed this privacy notice.
The notice has two purposes: North Carolina Central University uses NCCU Web for business purposes and is committed to ensuring the privacy of personal information.