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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

NCMEC’s RSO Counts: What State Adds the Most Registered Sex Offenders to Their Registry Every Month, Week and Day? How About the Least?

Since the NCMEC June 2016 RSO Map came out on July 6th and I broke down those numbers into per capita I was wondering how much each states growth fluctuated according to NCMEC.
 
I wondered what each States per month, per week and per day RSO growth rate is. AND how does NCMEC’s RSO’s growth rate compare to the States population growth rate and their incarceration rate.
 
So I charted all of it (see below).
 
Did you know according to NCMEC that….
  1. Florida added an average of 299 Registered Sex Offenders to their Registry every month making them #1 in RSO growth compared to their #4 overall population growth and their #3 incarceration rate.
  2. Texas added an average of 296 Registered Sex Offenders to their Registry every month making them #2 in RSO growth which is the same for their overall population growth and their #1 in incarceration rates.
  3. Pennsylvania added an average of 150 Registered Sex Offenders to their Registry every month making them #3 in RSO growth compared to their #6 overall population growth and their #5 incarceration rate.
  4. California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Vermont and Wyoming had no Registry growth in the last 12 months
  5. Oregon is #6 in RSO growth for the last 12 months but they are #27 in both overall population growth and incarceration rate.
  6. Ohio is #43 in RSO growth for the last 12 months but they are #7 in both overall population growth and incarceration rate.
  7. Michigan is #9 across all 3 counts.
  8. Virginia has 2.62% of the entire country’s RSO count, is #10 in RSO growth in the last 12 months, #10 in incarceration and #12 in overall population growth.
 

As I noted earlier on July 7th, NCMEC has been known to have inconsistent counts so my charts are as good as the NCMEC data is and since it’s the only 50 State source for RSO info I don’t have much choice when trying to calculate the growth and percentage of US RSO population.
 
Mary Devoy
 
Chart #1
 



 
 
Chart #2