It is important to introduce strict penalties against offenders of different types of sex crimes, in Virginia. Prior to this concern, it is first important to learn and understand the role of law enforcement agencies, and what they can do to decrease these types of sex crimes, in Virginia. We can identify different policies and operational challenges, which face law enforcement agencies regarding as intense, minor and major types of sex crimes in Virginia.
It is also necessary to create, design and develop important resources to assist police officers and enhance law enforcement agencies, to hold and arrest sex offenders who are accountable and reduce future victimization. Victims of different types of sex crime crimes in Virginia go through intense trauma and difficulties in life. Proper medical, self-actualization and self-esteem treatment programs and initiatives, should be organized for the victims of sex crimes. Initial efforts should be focused on examining on how these law enforcement agencies work and engage to arrest the offenders. They should also be able to maintain the safety of the victims and to comply with the sex offender mandates. They should also assist and support the processes of registration, offender records management process and the maintenance of paper and electronic files and evidence.
Different Types of Sex Crimes in Virginia
In order to reduce different types of sex crimes in Virginia, law enforcement agencies must create specialized units and forge effective partnerships, to further enhance and strengthen their ability and capacity to monitor and track sex offenders for their crime while executing different types of sex crimes in Virginia. Here are some of the different types of sex crimes in Virginia:
If a person sexually assaults another person, forcibly and against that person’s will or consent, or even when the other person is incapable of giving consent, due to his or her permanent or temporary mental or physical inability or incapacity.
Sodomy is the anal or oral sexual intercourse with another person, which is done forcibly and against the person’s consent and will. It also includes the condition in which the person is incapable of giving his or her consent because of his or her youth, temporarily or permanent physical or mental inability or incapacity.
Sexually Assaulting with an Object
Using an object or even an instrument with the intention of penetration slightly or in the anal opening of the body of the other person, forcibly and against that person’s consent or will. It also includes the situation where the person is incapable of giving consent due to his or her inappropriate minor age or youth, or even because of his or her temporarily or permanent physical incapability or mental illness.
The intention of touching private body parts of another person for causing sexual arousal or gratification, by force or against that person’s consent and will. This also includes the situation where the person is incapable of giving his or her consent due to his or her youth, temporarily or permanently mental or physical incapability.