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Per Pro Publica: In 2014, Papamechail became familiar to sex crimes detectives again.This time, a woman he met through Plentyof Fish accused him of raping her on their first date.The claim put him in county jail without bail for two years; he was eventually acquitted after a weeklong jury trial.Still, law enforcement officials raised his sex offender status to the state’s most dangerous category, Level III, deeming him highly likely to offend again.Public Act 97-0578 became effective January 1, 2012 which requires retroactive registration for sex offenders.A sex offender or sexual predator, who has never previously been required to register under the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act, has a duty to register if the person has been convicted of any felony offense after July 1, 2011.In fact, Match, which started screening in 2011, seems to be alone among the online dating platforms owned by the same company, Match Group, Dallas-a based corporation that owns 45 online dating brands.
Those offenders sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections, another state's department of corrections, or federal corrections must register for 10 years from final parole, discharge, or release. The offender must re-register within 1 year of the date of their last registration and every year thereafter.
Those offenders adjudicated as Sexually Dangerous or Sexually Violent, must register every 90 days for natural life.
Upon completion of an offender's 10-year registration period, their information will no longer appear on the web site.
According to court records, she told the 911 dispatcher, Deveau "a man was trying to rape her and had threatened her." The call ended with her saying, "He’s coming."Given a lack of official statistics and studies, CJI conducted a non-scientific survey of 1,200 women, finding that a third of them said they were sexually assaulted by someone they met on a dating app. CJI also examined 150 sexual assaults involving dating apps—culled from news reports, lawsuits, and criminal records—finding that "most incidents occurred in the past five years and during the app users’ first in-person meeting, in parking lots, apartments and dorm rooms.
Most victims, almost all women, met their male attackers through Tinder, Ok Cupid, Plentyof Fish or Match.