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The Dobbs Wire: Registry INCREASES by 3.3% in 6 months – latest stats

[ – 6/8/18]

The Dobbs Wire: The number of listings on sex offense registries in the U.S. has climbed to over 900,000, an increase of 3.3% in the last six months.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) just released its latest map which shows the latest figures for sex offense registries in all states. (NCMEC is a private organization that gets much of its funding from the federal government. Their map is updated twice a year; reliability of the numbers is uncertain.)

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  1. Eric

    Well looks like the registry isn’t working all that well. I wonder why?

  2. New Person

    It makes one wonder why there aren’t more states that are decreasing? There’s a problem with the registration – the government doesn’t want you off the registry. This article is statistical proof.

  3. Ted

    RCs moving to mild laws Vermont showing that 62% increase ?

  4. Facts should matter

    I personally feel the NCMEC is going to give us trouble in the future when the SOR is eventually challenged again at SCOTUS. Why? Because they rely on US for fear fodder to keep the grants coming! Actually, they use us exclusively to justify their existence as government entity. I double dog guarantee you they will be front and center with their shyster lawyers defending this madness and fighting us every step of the way. The registry wouldn’t even have saved Adam Walsh!

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