Department of Justice , sex offender recidivism is 5. Individuals convicted of petty crimes not covered by the AWA are still liable to abide by the previous regulations denoting them as a sex offender or habitual sex offender, sexual predator, sexually violent sexual predator, or child-victim offender. In the United States offenders are often classified in three categories: Within three years of release, 2. Risk assessment tools consider factors that have been empirically linked by research to sexual recidivism risk. Yet there have been few attempts to draw on the expertise of those working with offenders, such as police, correctional workers and allied health professionals, when it comes to developing policy ," Professor Day explained. Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Montana all have publicly accessible registries for those convicted of murder. News reports in revealed that some registered sex offenders were living outside or under the Julia Tuttle Causeway in Miami, Florida because Miami-Dade County ordinances, which are more restrictive than Florida's state laws, made it virtually impossible for them to find housing. While these disparities in level of public disclosure among different states might cause unexpected problems after registration, they have also caused some registrants to move into locations where public disclosure of lower level offenders is not permitted, in order to avoid public persecution and other adverse effects of public disclosure they were experiencing in their original location. Civil right groups,   law reform activists,    academics,   some child safety advocates,       politicians  and law enforcement officials  think that current laws often target the wrong people, swaying attention away from high-risk sex offenders, while severely impacting lives of all registrants,     and their families,   attempting to re-integrate to society. In some states only the highest risk Tier III offenders are subject to public disclosure, while some states also include moderate-risk Tier II offenders in public websites. Nearly 25 percent of child molesters were age 40 or older, but about 10 percent of inmates with adult victims were in that age group. Some states such as Arkansas, Illinois, Washington and Idaho do not require sex offenders to move from their residences if a forbidden facility is built or a law is enacted after the offender takes up residency. Registration data includes the offender's sex, height, weight, date of birth, identifying characteristics if any , statutes violated, fingerprints and a current photograph. At the same time, there is little evidence to suggest that any of these policies are successful in making our communities safer.