Will court-ordered rollbacks of Megan's Laws make communities less safe from sex offenders?
Will court-ordered rollbacks of Megan’s Laws make communities less safe from sex offenders?
|No, laws focus on “stranger danger” but victims and predictors often know each other|
|Yes, parents will have less information on offenders in area|
|No, residency laws only forced predators underground|
|Yes, laws put offenders on notice|
|Total votes = 315|
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