Poland to introduce a register of sexual offenders
PR dla Zagranicy
The lower house of the Polish parliament has voted through a bill allowing for the creation of a national register of sexual offenders.
The bill envisions the creation of two separate parts of the register. One of them would comprise detailed data, including a photograph and the current residence of the offenders. It could be accessed solely by the courts, the police, and special forces.
The other part would consist of less detailed data of paedophiles and repeat offenders, and it would be publicly available.
In order to become law, the bill will have to be voted through by the Senate and then signed by the President. (tf/rg)