on the about sex offenders register

It been sometime now about family of murdered schoolgirl April Jones call for a hard sex offenders register law.

from the U.S. DOJ well this what they end with this and getting worse.

The California Sex Offender Management Board, created by the state legislature and made up of law enforcement officials and other experts, issued a stark warning in a 2011 report: “The Board believes that the rise in homelessness among sex offenders needs attention because it is so closely associated with an increased level of threat to community safety.” An earlier board report had cited nine studies, including from Australia and Great Britain, all of which found a link between homelessness among ex-offenders (including sex offenders) and higher re-offense rates.

It’s not just residency bans that may increase crime. Sex offender registries—publicly posting ex-offenders’ names, photos, and personal information—appear to raise re-offense rates as well. Only the US, the UK, Canada, a few Caribbean countries, India, Chile, and South Korea operate public registries.

now think about it. if more sex offenders law = more re-offense. This not good for the UK and  not even for the children that the law is going to help.

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