The Irish Government has confirmed the existence of a database for sex offenders, but has refused to reveal the number of offenders or to reveal who runs the database.SOD is a database of all convicted sex offenders across the State.
Sod is a collection of the State’s sex offender registries in an effort to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse.
Sods are the database for all sex offenders who have been convicted of a serious sexual offence and those who have served time.
Sos are also known as Sex Offenders Register or Sex Offending Information System.
The SOD database is set up in a way that allows offenders to be identified and tracked, but the database has been maintained under tight security.
It is maintained by the State Crime Bureau, but is not operated by it.
There is no requirement for offenders to register with the database, but it is available for anyone who needs help or has questions.
In 2012, the Government agreed to allow the database to be made available to the public.
The Irish Government said it will continue to work with the police, the Solicitor General’s Office and other stakeholders to ensure the database remains secure.SOS has told The Irish News the database will be available for people to register their addresses and contact details, as well as the date and time of their arrest.
Songs from the SOD sex offender database can be heard on the Sod Radio.
Somespoir sex offender registry is maintained in cooperation with the Irish Law Enforcement Telecommunications (LEET) and Information Service (ILIS) to facilitate the reporting of sexual offences to law enforcement agencies.
In 2015, the Sex and Drugs Information Bureau (SDIB) was established.SDIB, which includes the SDIB and the SDO, provides information to the Garda Siochana and to other agencies to assist in the detection of sex offenders.