Proponents of the public sex offender registry say it's needed to help parents protect their children from sexual predators, but there is no evidence it does that...Academic analyses and research studies have consistently failed to show a public safety benefit, or any beneficial results, from public notification — no reduction in sexual offending by rapists, child molesters, recidivists or first-time offenders. Due to its failure to benefit public safety, the current registry system is wasteful.Read the full op-ed here.
Monday, October 31, 2016
Public sex offender registries a waste of tax dollars
In an op-ed for the Washington Examiner, National RSOL Communications Director Sandy Rozek explains why public sex offender registries are not effective...financially or as a public safety tool.