Gaps in sex-offender tracking

Gaps in sex-offender tracking

There are 1 comment on the The Charlotte Observer story from Jun 11, 2006, titled Gaps in sex-offender tracking. In it, The Charlotte Observer reports that:

Authorities have lost track of at least 22 convicted sex offenders in Mecklenburg County and hundreds more across the Carolinas, exposing gaps in the states' sex-offender registry laws.

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Tracy Ayers

Pineview, GA

#1 Oct 18, 2006
having tougher for repeat offenders and predators is great.but dont do like georgia a lump them all in the same class. georgia's laws are inhumane,cruel and flat out unconstitutional that's why it has so many law suites right before you go making to many provisions on offenders please take time amd consider each case and the nature, believe me the laws here in GA. are tearing my family apart

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