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Almost every state now has some sort of Megans Law or mandatory notification of communities when a sex-offender is released from prison Some states are even imposing lifetime probation for all child-molesters with constant monitoring of even day-to-day activities Under the law an offender is required to register with the States Division of Criminal Justice Services DCJS within 10 calendar days of being released from prison The offender is required to verify a home address annually for a period of at least ten years An offender who is determined to be a high-risk offender must also personally verify a home address with the local police every 90 days First off let me just say that I dont have an ounce of sympathy or compassion for sexual offenders especially for those whose victims are children As far as Im concerned theyre the lowest forms for of social predator and quite frankly it makes me sick just knowing the people of that sort exist However having said all that let me explain why I think the proposed sexual offenders Registration program is a bad idea My problem with the whole idea of community notification is we are only notifying the public about sex offenders What about other convicted felons why dont we hear about them For example why not let a community know when a convicted murderer has been released And how about white-collar criminals dont we want to know when they are in the community Consumers have the right to know the local banks new vice-president was once convicted of fraud And parents should be notified when the new bus driver has been convicted of wreck-less driving The list could go on and on There is absolutely no reason why sexual offenders should be treated any differently from other convicted felons The only reason this issue even exists is because of the emotional charge politicians can bank
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