NY: How Do You Track Sex Offenders? NY County Hires Ex-Cops

The “registry verification representatives” wear street clothes and travel in nondescript Toyota sedans. They work in pairs, knocking on doors at run-down trailers and waterfront mansions to find out if registered sex offenders are actually living where they say they are.

But this is not some elite police unit. It is part of an unusual public-private partnership in Long Island’s Suffolk County that uses six retired New York City police officers to hold ex-cons accountable to sex-offender registry laws. Full Article

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A person would have to wonder why they are ex-cops.

could not anyone simply print a id card and go around doing this stuff with the idea of maybe harming the ex offender? , this is a really bad idea , I don’t want any damn fool showing up at my house , they better be the cops , need to post no trespass and get a bad ass dog , I never answer my door in less I know who people are , and if there asking about the RC they damn well better have a badge , I wonder why there are no law suites , or maybe if some are pending ???????

The better question is why should any group be tracked? The answer is 99.99% of groups of people should not be tracked and the .01% that should be should be divided into individuals of most interest. Tracking groups rarely does any good.

How many Former Citizen Detainees have been killed by people posing as cops? While we know that police try to obscure facts about attacks on Former Citizen Detainees and their loved ones, I can think off the top of my head of two or three, two in Maine and one in the Pacific Northwest.

If you are a Former Citizen Detainee and someone knocks on your door, you better assume that person is there to kill you and rape and behead your wife and children and act accordingly. Failure to assume someone at your door is there to kill you is careless and irresponsible.

I am NOT advocating shooting them through the door, since most of us do not have guns anyway. I am saying that if you are not expecting someone to knock on your door and they are not in uniform with a marked car on the street that signals a harassing Home Verification Raid, then you need to not answer your door – EVER.

That is using the same fear mongering techniques that Americans and their elected lackeys are using against Former Citizen Detainees and those who dare to love us and if taking that precaution just saves one life, then it is worth the effort.

Those Former Citizen Detainees in New York should be especially careful because no state and in fact no nation on earth is more corrupt and dangerous to the common man than the putrid cesspool of disgusting drinkers of animal food trough water that is called New York and New Yorkers.