They typically prohibit sex offenders from living, and sometimes working or loitering, within a specified distance of designated places where children congregate.
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If America hadn’t already invented the “one-drop rule” by this time, Rogers most probably would have.
He seems to have had some sort of miscegenation-meter, which he used to “out” all sorts of “white” people as having black ancestry.
Proponents of residency restrictions argue the need to safeguard potential victims and opponents argue the need to track offenders.
We have found no empirical studies on whether these laws reduce crime rates.
And like most states, police must notify residents when a sex offender moves or returns to their neighborhoods.
But, the state has not enacted a law restricting sex offenders residency. A bill, s HB 5503, currently before the General Assembly requires the Risk Assessment Board to use the risk assessment scale it develops to determine the sex offenders who should be prohibited from living within 1,000 feet of the property comprising an elementary or secondary school or a licensed center- or home-based child day care facility.
"This project will not only help to unlock some of the secrets of healthy aging, but will build closer ties with researchers across the globe, which will lead to more science and improved clinical care in our aging population," explained Dr Salvatore Di Somma, the lead Italian investigator and professor of emergency medicine at University of Rome La Sapienza.