Prohibit convicted sex offenders changing their name or using social media

I want the Government to prohibit convicted sex offenders from changing their name, or being able to use any social media. At present it is too easy for sex offenders to hide their identity and make contact with potential victims on social media.

533 Signatures

Status
Open
Opened
Monday 15th November 2021
Last 24 hours signatures
1
Signature Deadline
Sunday 15th May 2022
Estimated Final Signatures: 694

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Recent Speeches related to Prohibit convicted sex offenders changing their name or using social media

1. Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Bill
28/04/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: that have caused immense pain to the families of victims of serious crimes.The Bill, sometimes referred - Speech Link

2. Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (Fifteenth sitting)
17/06/2021 - Public Bill Committees

1: food or drink during the Committee; to observe social distancing and only sit in the appropriate seats; - Speech Link
2: violence reduction orders in relation to the ethnic make-up of the population;(e) an equality impact - Speech Link
3: On the flip side, more and more violent offenders are getting away with their crimes; charge rates - Speech Link

3. Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (Sixteenth sitting)
17/06/2021 - Public Bill Committees

1: New clause 65—Registered sex offenders: change of name or identity—“(1) The Secretary of State - Speech Link
2: to the ability of sex offenders to manipulate systems, build trust, groom, and use many evil, awful methods - Speech Link

4. Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
15/11/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: new Clause— “Sex-specific incarceration for violent and sexual offenders After section - Speech Link
2: rights to safe places such as bathrooms, changing rooms, NHS single-sex wards and in prison; their whole existence - Speech Link

5. Domestic Abuse Bill
10/02/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: housing authority or a private registered provider of social housing.(2) If one joint tenant (“A”) has experienced - Speech Link
2: things in the unjust world of domestic abuse that make me more angry than a perpetrator driving the victim - Speech Link

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Recent Questions related to Prohibit convicted sex offenders changing their name or using social media
1. Government Departments: Social Media
asked by: Lord Sikka
29/04/2021
... and (d) other social media platforms.

2. Government Departments: Social Media
asked by: Helen Hayes
28/03/2019
... if he will publish the social media policy for HM Government accounts.

3. Government Departments: Social Media
asked by: Chris Ruane
14/01/2019
... if he will place in the Library all social media adverts that the Government has used to promote the Prime Minister's EU Withdrawal Agreement.

4. Government Departments: Social Media
asked by: Chris Ruane
19/12/2018
... how many people in each nation and region of the UK (a) were targeted by and (b) interacted with social media advertising promoting the Withdrawal Agreement that was paid for by the public purse.

5. Government Departments: Social Media
asked by: Tim Loughton
19/12/2018
... how much the Government has spent on advertising on social media platforms in each of the last five years.

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Preventing convicted sex offenders from changing their name or being able to use any social media should help reduce the risk of convicts going on to offend again.


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