AL- RSO Stats

Below are a few statistics on sex offenders in Alabama. I hope to keep this statistic repository as accurate as possible. This is raw data, "just the facts."

Sex Offenders in Alabama 2012 (From the NCMEC)

Number of RSOs in AL: 11,824
RSOs per 100,000 population: 247

Sex Offense Arrest Stats 2011 (From AL-UCR: Alabama Uniform Crime Report)


Data reported in this publication represents rapes collected under the FBI definition used for 2011 reporting. In this definition, Rape is defined for UCR purposes as the carnal knowledge of a female through force or the threat of force, including attempts. Beginning in January 2012, the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program expanded the definition of rape for reports submitted to include male and female victims and other forms of sexual assault.


  • Rape Reports: 1,404 
  • Rape cases "Cleared" (solved): 649 
  • Clearance Rate: 46%
  • Increase from 2010: 16%
  • 272 persons were arrested for rape with 6% being juveniles. White males made up 50% of rape arrests.
  • 45% of the rape victims in Alabama were white females; 22% were black females, and 33% were other or unknown. 21% of all rape victims were 13, 14, 15, and 16-yearolds.
  • In 55% of the rapes, the victim and offender knew or were related to each other; in 2% the victim and offender were strangers; and in 43% the relationship was unknown.
  • In 57% of the rapes, hand, fists and/or verbal threats were used to exert force upon a victim; guns were used in 2%, and knives in 2% of the rapes.
  • 52% of the rapes occurred in a residence; 3% in a highway, street or alley; 3% in a hotel or motel; and 2% in a field or woods. 18% of rapes occurred on a Monday and 16% on a Wednesday.
  • 71% of victims reported no other injuries from the rape and 37% submitted to a medical exam.
Relationship of Victim to Offender

  • Relative: 181 (13%)
  • Acquaintance: 455 (32%)
  • Stranger: 30 (2%)
  • Relationship Unknown: 596 (43%)
  • Girlfriend/Ex-girlfriend: 142 (10%)
  • Total: 1,404 (100%)

Rape Arrests by Age (p.13)
  • Under 18: 15 
  • Age 18: 14 
  • Age 19: 22 
  • Age 20: 18 
  • Age 21: 20 
  • Age 22: 13 
  • Age 23: 12 
  • Age 24: 11 
  • Age 25-29: 37 
  • Age 30-34: 34 
  • Age 35-39: 22 
  • Age 40-44: 19 
  • Age 45-49: 14 
  • Age 50-54: 10 
  • Age 55-59: 3 
  • Age 60-64: 5 
  • Age 65+: 3
  • Total: 272

Type 2 Sex Offenses (non-rape, non-prostitution/ commercial vice: statutory rape, offenses against chastity, common decency, etc.)


Type 2 Sex Offense Arrests by Age (p.39)
Under 18: 27
Age 18: 23
Age 19: 20
Age 20: 18
Age 21: 9
Age 22: 10
Age 23: 15
Age 24: 9
Age 25-29: 36
Age 30-34: 56
Age 35-39: 59
Age 40-44: 41
Age 45-49: 37
Age 50-54:  34
Age 55-59: 13
Age 60-64: 12
Age 65+: 13
Total: 432


Sex Offenders in Prison


Offenders incarcerated  with sex related convictions: 3,069
(as of 2011, source: ADOC 2011 Annual Report, Page 52)
Note: The ADOC notes a slight increase of inmates incarcerated for sex crime convictions

FY 2011 System-wide Average Daily Inmate Maintenance Cost: $43.26

Sex Crimes listed as "Violent Crimes" in Alabama (From thr ADOC 2011 Annual Report). 

Child Abuse
Child Pornography

Enticing Children for Immoral Purposes
Kidnapping
Rape

Sexual Abuse/ Torture
Sodomy

GRANT MONEY RECEIVED IN 2011

FY 2010 Department of Justice Adam Walsh Implementation Grant Program--$182,200. Competitive grant funded under the Adam Walsh Act that assists jurisdictions with developing and/or enhancing programs designed to implement the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA). This project is a partnership with the Alabama Department of Public Safety (ADPS). This project will convert up to 7,000 files of inactive sex offenders to a digital format, provide information materials, and training to facilitate personnel. Also provided is the upgrade of licensing and maintenance of the ADPS Sex Offender application and public website. This project is intended to improve the public sex offender registry system to support SORNA mandated requirements and enhance the ADOC community notification process . The total combined award was $210,000.

FY 2008 Department of Justice Adam Walsh Implementation Grant Program--$65,175. Competitive grant funded under the Adam Walsh Act that assists jurisdictions with developing and/or enhancing programs designed to implement the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA). This project is a collaboration of the Governor’s Office, the Governor’s Community Notification Task Force, the Alabama Sheriff’s Association, and the Alabama Department of Public Safety. This project will implement palm print technology in state prisons and county sheriffs departments to provide enhanced identification and monitoring of sex offenders that will meet SORNA mandated requirements. The total combined award was $282,500.




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