Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Sex Offender Registries Do Little To Increase Public Safety, Either In Practice Or In Potential

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Does Sex Offender Registration Deter Crime?

"Studies Find They May Not Increase Public Safety

"Laws requiring sex offenders to register with law enforcement and notifying the public of their location may make us feel safer, but two scientific studies of these laws found they really do not do much to protect the public. In fact, one study found that making sex registry information available to the public may actually backfire, producing higher overall rates of sex crimes.""


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