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AZ: Sex offender registration on campus: important for public safety or counterproductive for reintegration?

ASU works with local law enforcement agencies to ensure that convicted sex offenders who work or study on campus comply with sex offender registration and community notification policies as mandated by state law.

Those in favor of such requirements say they are important for public safety. But registered offenders and their advocates say these requirements are often counterproductive and affect offenders’ ability to get a second chance, especially in university settings. Full Article

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  1. T

    Hmm! These statements such as “registrants are required to comply with sex offender registrations and notification policies mandated by law” and ” sex offender registry is a tool for keeping public safe” are so cliché that yes it is counterproductive.

  2. New Person

    From the article:
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    “A lot of those who register as sex offenders, they are not sex offenders — they are people who have committed sex offenses and are trying to get on with their lives,” Patricia said.
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    But you can never get on with your life. See IML.

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