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November 21, 2006

NPR (and more) on sex offender restrictions

Thanks to a favorite reader, I discovered that NPR's All Things Considered had this notable piece on the impact of sex offender residency restrictions.  The piece covers lots of ground, and here is its set up:

Three sex offenders recently moved into a house in rural Hampden, Me., that is operated by a local charity. A local legislator wants to prevent sex offenders from living together, but the charity argues that giving them a supervised place to live actually helps keep the public safer.

Relatedly, the always interesting Sex Crimes blog has these recent posts of note:

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