Officials there have deemed him to no longer be a threat to anyone. In 1992, Henriksen, then 56 and residing at the same nursing home, was sentenced to five years of probation for attempted sexual exploitation of a child.Henriksen is one of at least 45 registered sex offenders living among other nursing home residents, according to a Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism review of addresses for the state’s nearly 20,000 registered sex offenders and 399 licensed nursing homes.Yet under state law, homes are not required to notify nursing home residents of sex offenders in their midst.In Wisconsin, offenders are required to register with the state if they were convicted of certain sex crimes after Dec. They must report their residence and place of employment to the state for 15 years or life, depending on the offense. Jones, Alexei Krindatch, Richie Stanley and Richard H.
And safety is at the top of the list of new additions in the district for the upcoming school year, with significant changes to how visitors will be able to access school buildings.Here is more detail on the Hub’s choices for five things to watch this year in the Stoughton Area School District: There are a pair of new policies around the district this year that administrators hope can increase security within school buildings.One new protocol this year is all school building doors will be locked during the school day.Visitors to schools in the Stoughton Area School District will encounter a new security system, Raptor, installed for the new school year.First-time visitors’ ID card will be scanned into the system to provide an instant background check, and then they are in the district’s system.