He served six-and-one-half years, but according to Brattleboro Probation and Parole, French violated the conditions of his release in by furnishing alcohol to a minor and committing aggravated domestic assault and was sent back to jail. Who is left to hate anymore? Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies exclusively for law enforcement purposes; State and federal governmental agencies for the exclusive purpose of conducting confidential background checks; Any employer, including a school district, who is authorized by law to request records and information from the Vermont Crime Information Center where such disclosure is necessary to protect the public concerning persons required to register under this subchapter; A person identified as a sex offender in the registry for the purpose of reviewing the accuracy of any record relating to him or her. Pretty much nobody, except terrorists and sex offenders. The man, then 21, had no warning, according to a lawsuit. He complained to VCIC staff, but his profile remained on the public site for two years. VCIC mostly crunches crime data and issues statistical reports. According to the notification issued by the Crime Information Center, French is "non compliant high risk" and "not treatment compliant. They weren't much better. On Jan. In , VCIC employees had come to believe that out-of-state offenders, too, could be made to register for life. Concerned that inaccurate addresses could potentially cause harm, lawmakers added a trigger provision to the legislation: Jeff Wallin, director of the registry, which is part of the Vermont Crime Information Center, said that Szad was compliant with the requirements of the registry and had registered within 24 hours of returning to Vermont. The answer is still being debated. Last week, the Vermont Auditor's Office released the results of its follow-up exam.