Howell Bill Aims to Remove Employer Name, Address from Sex Offender Registry

I was thrown by one guest comment on this article, that apparently is against the registrant advocacy, yet glad to hear that the party basically admitted the fact that laws of this nature are a “Feel Good” Law:

SBQuiteContrary James Endicott • 2 days ago

“There is no empirical evidence that publishing places of employment on the public sex offender registry prevents sex crimes or increases public safety”

It doesn’t matter. It gives the sense that it does. I like to know where they live and work so I can avoid coming into to contact with them.

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