Jump to a detailed profile, search site with google or try advanced search. According to our research of New York and other state lists, there were 12 registered sex offenders living in East Syracuse as of August 11, The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in East Syracuse is to 1. No representation is made that the persons listed here are currently on the state's sex offenders registry. All names presented here were gathered at a past date.
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The Village Board finds that sex offenders are a ificant threat to the health, safety and welfare of the community as a whole. Children in particular, because of their age and inexperience, are particularly vulnerable to the threat posed by sexual offenders.
The Village board finds that Megan's Law  has increased public awareness of sexual offenders because sexual offenders are required to register with authorities and that information is available to the general public. A local law that will restrict the potential contact between registered sexual offenders and children reduces the opportunity and temptation for sexual offenders and is rationally related to minimizing the risk of repeated sexual offenses against minors. The Village Board finds that the most ificant threat to the health, safety and welfare of the community and children comes from those sex offenders deated as Level 2 or Level 3 offenders under Article 6-C of the New York State Correction Law.
In enacting this article, the Village Board intends to exercise the authority granted to it under the New York State Constitution, the Municipal Home Rule Law, the Town Law, and any other applicable or successor law presently in existence or enacted in the future, to protect the health, safety and welfare of the community, and especially children, from registered sexual offenders.
The Village Board finds, after careful consideration and due deliberation, that this article is the most narrowly tailored means of limiting the opportunity for registered sexual offenders to come into contact with children in the places where children generally congregate. Further, the Village Board finds that the protection of the community, in particular, children, is a compelling governmental interest.
The Village Board understands that even with the adoption of this article, it cannot fully remove the threat posed by sex offenders, guarantee the safety of the community or minors, or guarantee that registered sexual offenders will comply with this legislation. The Village Board's intent in adopting this article is to create a civil, nonpunitive regulatory scheme that will protect the community and children to the extent possible under the circumstances. This article is not a punitive measure.
As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:. It shall be unlawful for a registered sexual offender to establish or maintain a residence within:.
A one-mile radius of the main, secondary or tertiary entrances of any school or day-care center. A one-thousand-five-hundred-foot radius of the main, secondary or tertiary entrances of any park or playground.
This article shall not apply to a registered sexual offender under the following circumstances:. A school, day-care center, park, or playground is newly located after the adoption of this article, and the registered sexual offender has already established a residence within a distance from the school, day-care center, park or playground that is prohibited by this article.
If the registered sexual offender is required to reside at a location fixed by order of a court of competent jurisdiction, or by any federal, state or county agency having jurisdiction. The registered sexual offender established the residence prior to January 1, A registered sexual offender who resides within an area prohibited by this article shall, upon written notice from the Chief of Police, permanently discontinue said residence within six months of receipt of such notice.
The notice shall be in a form acceptable to the Chief of Police, shall include a copy of this article, and shall be mailed to the registered sexual offender by the Police Department by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, and by regular mail.
Proof that the registered sexual offender has permanently relocated shall be provided by the offender to the Chief of Police within 30 days of such relocation. Each week's continued violation shall constitute a separate offense.
If any part or provision of this article or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is adjudged invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such judgment shall be confined in its operation to the part or provision or application directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment shall have been rendered and shall not affect or impair the validity of the remainder of this article or the application thereof to other persons or circumstances. This article shall take effect immediately upon filing in the office of the New York State Secretary of State.