If you follow me on Twitter (@neiljmcevoy), you will know that I think the key should be thrown away for repeat sex offenders.
What does RSO stand for?
RSO stands for Repeat Sex Offenders (band)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of RSO
We have 182 other meanings of RSO in our Acronym Attic
- Registered Sex Offender
- Registered Student Organisation
- Registered Student Organization (various universities)
- Relationship Service Officer (finance; various organizations)
- Religious Support Office
- Remote Sales Officer
- Remote Service Object
- Remote Split Operations (military UAVs)
- Removal Services Overseas
- Rent Stabilization Ordinance (housing)
- Repeated Spike Oxidation
- Reported Significant Observation
- Republic South Ossetia
- Requirements Staff Officer (US DoD)
- Research and Statistics Office (various locations)
- Research Services Office (various locations)
- Reservation Service Officer
- Reserve Supplement Officer
- Reservoir Surveillance Operations
- Resident Space Object
Samples in periodicals archive:
Until now, very serious offenders, including repeat sex offenders, could be kept in so-called additional preventive detention once their original sentence had been served if their release was considered a threat to the public.
Charging repeat sex offenders with life without parole for certain offenses, and monitoring high risk offenders via GPS for three years after they're released.
Byline: By MAGGIE BARRY HEARTBROKEN mum Margaret Ann Cummings today launched a plea to MSPs to protect children from repeat sex offenders.
The state government in New South Wales recently passed a new law empowering authorities to lock up repeat sex offenders indefinitely and Gallagher was expected to be one of the first of those.
Most of them fear closure would leave the public at greater risk from repeat sex offenders.
Critics of psychiatry and of the criminal justice system point to various problems to explain how such repeat sex offenders continue to be released.