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Keeping track of sex offenders

October 1, 2005
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October 1, 2005 By JIM HOOK and KEITH PARADISE Staff writers Many states are taking a hard look at their public registries that list convicted sex offenders who are free and living in communities. Some of the offenders are missing. State Web sites serve as community alerts. Offenders’ names, photographs, birth dates and...
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Sheriff dedicates team to child abductions

September 30, 2005
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The aim is to quickly deploy the team to respond to reports of missing children By STEVE THOMPSON September 30, 2005 NEW PORT RICHEY – The Sheriff’s Office says 1.3 kids are likely to be murdered in Pasco County this year. That’s if statistics from previous years are any indication. The number of...
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Sex offenders in D.M. look for places to live

September 27, 2005
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Police are enforcing a state law says some child molesters must move away from schools and child care facilities. By TOM ALEX REGISTER STAFF WRITER September 27, 2005 A handful of registered sex offenders gathered Monday around four large, framed maps at the Des Moines police station. The maps showed where they can...
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Operation Predator: Protecting Kids from Sex Crimes

September 27, 2005
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By Jim Kouri, CPP September 27, 2005 The Department of Homeland Security’s US Immigration and Customs Enforcement created new milestones in Operation Predator, the Department’s ongoing campaign to combat child sexual predators worldwide. The advances include the signing of an agreement with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. The announcement to...
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Molly’s Bill about license plates

September 23, 2005
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By Neil Freese / Daily News Correspondent Friday, September 23, 2005 BOSTON — Tearful parents of abducted children joined legislators yesterday in unveiling “Molly’s Bill,” legislation that would radically change the state’s auto license plates to make them easier for crime witnesses to remember. Maggie Bish, the mother of a Warren teenager who...
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Tougher sex-crime penalties sought

August 19, 2005
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GOP candidate for Va. attorney general wants ‘two-strikes’ exception BY MICHAEL HARDY TIMES-DISPATCH STAFF WRITER Aug 19, 2005 Robert F. McDonnell, the Republican running for the job of state attorney general, proposed yesterday that criminals be imprisoned for at least 25 years for committing major sex offenses against children under the age of...
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Sexual predators’ photos to be posted in Tampa-area parks

August 18, 2005
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Associated Press Posted August 18 2005 TAMPA — Photographs of sexual predators registered in Hillsborough County will be posted in public parks and recreation centers, officials said. County commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to post the pictures and other identifying information, and said they would consider extending the policy to libraries and other buildings...
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Changes to the Children’s Safety Act Debated

July 28, 2005
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By Josh Montez July 28, 2005 The Children’s Safety Act has been around for 10 years and is showing its age. Representative Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) has introduced legislation with reforms that would make the national registry that’s part of the law consistent between the states. It is hoped that the changes will make...
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