Testing Sex Offenders for HIV (State Legislative Report, September 1991, Vol 16, No 7)
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Testing Sex Offenders for HIV (State Legislative Report, September 1991, Vol 16, No 7)

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Published by National Conference of State Legislatures .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Criminology,
  • Aids (Psychosocial Aspects),
  • Public Policy,
  • Sociology,
  • Politics/International Relations

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12022803M
ISBN 101555163068
ISBN 109781555163068
OCLC/WorldCa24781119

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  Alleged sex offenders may be compelled to be tested for HIV at state expense without their consent. The Sexual Offences Act (1) (the Act) allows victims of sexual offences, interested .   Octo R FROM: Lawrence K. Furbish, Assistant Director. RE: Required AIDS Testing for Sex Offenders. You asked if convicted sex offenders could be required to submit to AIDS testing . The US state of Delaware is proposing mandatory HIV testing of alleged sex offenders, within 48 hours of their arrest, if the alleged victim, or court, asks for it. Unlike the existing law, the bill does not require that the state actually show some possibility that the virus may have been transmitted before requiring testing. This paper describes how victims (or an interested person on their behalf) and investigating officers could apply for compulsory HIV testing of alleged sex offenders, and the subsequent granting and execution of court orders in South Africa. The confidentiality and disclosure of HIV test results as well as the protection against malicious or grossly negligent violation of a sex offender's .

HIV testing of an alleged offender on application by the victim or a police official. This article is a theoretical exploration of Chapter 5 of the Sexual Offences Act, and the Children’s Act 38 of as they pertain to HIV testing . HIV/AIDS Testing of Offenders California Question Answer Which charges and/or criminal convictions trigger a sex offender being tested for HIV/AIDS? Any defendant charged in any criminal complaint . In general, crime victim-related HIV laws require the testing of alleged and convicted sex offenders for HIV/AIDS, and the disclosure of the results of the offenders’ tests to the victims. By , 45 states and the District of Columbia had adopted laws requiring HIV. Compulsory HIV testing of alleged sex offenders. McQuoid-Mason D. S Afr Med J, 99(1), 01 Jan Cited by: 0 articles | PMID: Review. Compulsory HIV testing of sexual offenders. .

HIV Testing of Sex Offenders (Current through Decem ) Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § () A victim or the parent or guardian of a minor victim of a sexual offense or other crime which . These laws criminalize non-disclosure of known HIV-positive status in connection with engaging in certain behaviors such as while sharing needles, while engaging in sex work (regardless of risk of the act), or during the commission of a sex . MANDATORY HIV TESTING FOR CONVICTED OR ACCUSED SEX OFFENDERS: TOWARD A MODEL SCHEME. By Kimberly Smith' INTRODUCTION In late , Congress amended. 2. its Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act. 3. to declare that any state not enacting a statute requiring mandatory testing of convicted sex offenders .   For detail on the selected state law and cases interpreting it, download Florida: Analysis & Codes, an excerpt from CHLP’s recently updated compendium of HIV- and STI-related criminal laws and civil laws relating to public health control measures in all 50 states, the military, and U.S. territories.. To view the publication in its entirety, see HIV .