Sunday, January 28, 2018

Donna Zink's Law: Washington State looks to allow all Level 1 registry info to be accessed by the public

We can just call this bill what it really is, the Donna Zink law. This bill MUST be opposed.

(a) For all registered offenders ((classified as risk level I)),
15 the agency shall share information with other appropriate law
16 enforcement agencies and, if the offender is a student, the public or
17 private school regulated under Title 28A RCW or chapter 72.40 RCW
18 which the offender is attending, or planning to attend. The agency
19 may disclose, upon request, relevant, necessary, and accurate
20 information to any victim or witness to the offense, any individual
21 community member who lives near the residence where the offender
22 resides, expects to reside, or is regularly found, and any individual
23 who requests information regarding a specific offender((; (b) for
24 offenders classified as risk level II,)). The agency may also
25 disclose relevant, necessary, and accurate information to public and
26 private schools, child day care centers, family day care providers,
27 public libraries, businesses and organizations that serve primarily
28 children, women, or vulnerable adults, and neighbors and community
29 groups near the residence where the offender resides, expects to
30 reside, or is regularly found;


  1. Who is Donna Zink? how do we stop this bill?

    1. Donna Zink is a regular nominee of this site, and it is her lawsuit to collect this info that is leading to this act of legislation. See more on that crazy lady from this blog at:

      As far as stopping the bill, opposing the bill before it becomes law is the best way of doing it. I don't know if the Washington Chapter of NARSOL is still active, you can contact NARSOL to ask.