Title

Sex Offenders in Illinois

Document Type

Presentation

Type

Information Motivating Public Activism (IMPACT)

UN Sustainable Development Goal

UNSDG #11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Start Date

29-4-2020 11:20 AM

End Date

29-4-2020 11:35 AM

Abstract

In the United States, every prosecuted sex offender is required to register under the National Sex Offender Registry, which allows to public to view any sex offenders in their area as well as what they look like and various other information about them. This gives us the unique opportunity among criminals to inform the public about the exact statistics and whereabouts of sex offenders as well as to analyze the patterns of these statistics. Our website will, in order to promote UN SDG 11, Sustainable Cities and Communities, delve into the information on sex offenders in Illinois with a series of maps and infographics to cross-analyze the percentage of sex offenders in each county with various information such as average annual household income and population density per county in order to try to determine the patterns of where registered sex offenders live. We will also present various other information on sex offenders, such as the ratio of sex offenders to children in Illinois and information on the gender divide among sex offenders in order to further educate the public on this sensitive topic in a professional and engaging manner and to promote safer communities both inside Illinois and across the world.

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Apr 29th, 11:20 AM Apr 29th, 11:35 AM

Sex Offenders in Illinois

In the United States, every prosecuted sex offender is required to register under the National Sex Offender Registry, which allows to public to view any sex offenders in their area as well as what they look like and various other information about them. This gives us the unique opportunity among criminals to inform the public about the exact statistics and whereabouts of sex offenders as well as to analyze the patterns of these statistics. Our website will, in order to promote UN SDG 11, Sustainable Cities and Communities, delve into the information on sex offenders in Illinois with a series of maps and infographics to cross-analyze the percentage of sex offenders in each county with various information such as average annual household income and population density per county in order to try to determine the patterns of where registered sex offenders live. We will also present various other information on sex offenders, such as the ratio of sex offenders to children in Illinois and information on the gender divide among sex offenders in order to further educate the public on this sensitive topic in a professional and engaging manner and to promote safer communities both inside Illinois and across the world.