The Prosecutor-General's Office (PGO) has completed the basic stage of filling the Unified Register of Persons Convicted of Crimes against Sexual Freedom and Sexual Inviolability of Minors, the PGO press service has said.
The creation of the register seeks to prevent contact with criminals.
"The register is an automated electronic database created to ensure the collection, storage, protection, accounting, search, and generalisation of data on persons who have committed criminal offences in this category," the PGO said.
The register also includes those whose criminal convictions have been cancelled or quashe in accordance with the procedure established by law.
Currently, the register contains data on more than 600 criminals.
The register is expected to prevent the recurrence of crimes against the sexual inviolability of children.
A person is included in the register on the basis of a court verdict that has entered into force.