My question involves criminal law for the state of: California
While this topic was discussed in the past I can not find anything on the subject after 2014. So let me provide some quick background; I am a registered sex offender. My case is more than 30 years old. I have served my time in prison for the conviction and I successfully completed my parole. I am gainfully employed, married and we have two school age children. Recently our children's school has begun using The RAPTOR System. A computer program designed to identify sex offenders and prohibit them from entering campus'. After coming forward to the school about my status and attempting to adhere to the California Penal Code regarding campus access the school district supervisor has granted me limited access to the school's parking lot and a very small area outside the school campus to drop off my children. I have attempted to explain to the supervisor via E-mail that this arbitrary access oversteps his authority and violates my legal rights as a parent he is now dragging his feet and/or completely ignoring my attempts to find resolution. As far as I know the ONLY law that applies here is Penal Code 626.81 which only requires Lawful Purpose. (My children, including one special needs attend this school) and written permission. Has this law changed? If not how can I make this supervisor understand he lacks the legal right to limit my access? And yes I am sure there will be haters who believe sex offenders should not be allowed access to schools. but why should sex offenders be made to continuously pay for their crimes decades after they have completed their sentence?