March 30th, 2009 by admin
Buried in the comments section of an article on the Huffington Post, in regard to Claire McCaskill, was this incredibly insightful piece of information, posted by a visitor to the site :
“For those who have already picked our pockets, I suggest a Registry of Offenders – similar to the Sex Offenders Registry – where each person who received a bonus is listed, with the amount of the bonus, their picture, and where they live.
Taxpayer money should be refunded from banks who refuse to give this info.”
That is a GREAT idea. These criminals have destroyed our nation…don’t you want to protect your children from anyone who is that dangerous?
So, here is the text of the New York State Sex Offender homepage as it might appear if re-tooled for the Banking criminals:
Welcome to New York State’s Banking Offender Registry home page. The Registry helps protect our families and communities by requiring Banking offenders to register, and providing this information to law enforcement and the public. You are now on the public part of the Banking Offender Registry.
Banking offenders are classified by risk level:
Level one (low risk);
Level two (medium risk); and
Level three (high risk).
Level 1 offenders are required to register for a minimum of twenty years, and level 2 and 3 offenders for life (view details).
Police and law enforcement have access to information on all Banking offenders (levels 1, 2 and 3). However, under the law, information on level 1 (low-risk) offenders is not available on the public website. Only level 2 and 3 offenders are listed on the public website.
How do I search for a Banking offender?
To search for a Banking offender click here. You can search by last name or zip code or County. You can also call (800) 555-3257. By calling the 800 number you can obtain information on level 1, 2 and 3 offenders (the public website only lists level 2 and 3 offenders, the 800 line can give information on level 1, 2 and 3). If you call the 800 line you will need the offender’s name and one of the following: an exact address, or a date of birth, or a driver’s license number, or a social security number.
The Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) also offers a service to the public, including children’s camps, to improve response time to requests for checks of prospective employees against the Banking Offender Registry. DCJS is now accepting requests for searches by Compact Disc (CD) submission. It is highly recommended that a CD be submitted for searches of more than 30 names…
Of course , every state should have a Banking Offender Registry, in addition to a National Banking Offender Registry, and in the end, we might want to have an International Banking Offender Registry.