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MO: Sees statewide drop of unaccounted for sex offenders, 21 percent improvement reported

Fewer sex offenders are missing or unaccounted for in Missouri than in years past.

Last year, State Auditor Nicole Galloway’s office found that 1,300 sex offenders weren’t properly registering on the state’s sex offender website.

Tuesday Galloway said News 4 that law enforcement has reduced that number by 21 percent due to hard work and better accuracy.

“The sex offender registry is a public safety tool. People expect it to be accurate,” she said. “If information is held by highway patrol or local law enforcement, it’s imperative that it’s accurate, because that’s what the public expects.” Full Article

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http://www.newstribune.com/news/opinion/story/2019/jul/25/our-opinion-state-makes-strides-in-sex-offender-compliance/787910/

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  1. Matt

    I have no other alternative but to call bullshit on this article and Report. Either the first audit was completely off or they’re just plain lying. That is a fact!

    • Will Allen

      Meh, what’s the big deal? It just means that this big government is now wasting more resources on keeping their hit list more “accurate”. But they have decreased public safety. A government that spends $100 on its Registry and is “missing” 90% of the people who are “supposed” to be listed on it is doing a MUCH better service for public safety than is a government that wastes $1,000,000 on its Registry and is only “missing” 10%.

      The more attention that a government pays to its Registries, the more proof there is that they are clueless idiots. People who would rather jack off with big government hit lists instead of actually working hard and protecting people. Major failure.

  2. ReadyToFight

    A “public tool” that we’re not allowed to use….what a joke. And perfect example of how once you’re on “the list” you’re no longer a part of the Public nor afforded the same protections.

    • Will Allen

      It is a joke. But nothing funny about it. It’s also a act of war.

      I successfully raised numerous awesome children who were not molested and I NEVER one time used the big government Registries to see who lived around me. Didn’t need it. I took responsibility for raising my children and never needed the help of some morons in big government.

      I have used the Registries to help me find people who hate big government and law enforcement. It is a great tool for that and I appreciate it. I just so wish they would put e-mail addresses in there for me. It is a pain in the rear to have to contact people directly to get e-mail addresses.

      I have to add that my children are now awesome grown adults who are extremely successful. They are harming legislators. They hate big government and don’t trust law enforcement at all. They are teaching their children now. Exactly as it should be. That is what the Registries are for.

  3. AJ

    If it were abolished, the problem would be completely solved. Barring that, it seems maybe MO hasn’t been properly using the bribe money from Uncle Sam. What, no compliance checks?

    I agree the numbers are probably BS. With STL probably accounting for the largest RC population in MO, its 6% reduction seems out of line with the State’s 21% reduction.

    • SR

      I bet they did funny figures like looking at all the percentage reductions in various counties as whole numbers to average out. Like, it’s a 6% reduction in St. Louis. Then another county that has 10 RC’s with 4 out of compliance that have all been found, now technically have a 40% reduction. Then they take these as whole numbers and average them out to get 21 “percent”

  4. R M

    Post your comments here like I did: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKlelM76XQA

  5. Lynn

    Nicole Galloway’s first audit which “discovered” all of the unaccounted registrants hit all the newspapers and local tv stations on October 2, 3018. She was in a tight race for auditor and the election took place on November 6th. It was all a media ploy. I know–shocking that someone in a tight election would use that card to get ahead.

    • Tim

      Lynn
      During the run up to Governor election in WI a TV ad was ran by some ambiguous group implicating Tony Evers in covering up pervert teachers behavior. It is happening everywhere in politics. All by the grace of virtue signaling expressed in the 03Doe decisions. Bad juju and it is playing out ugly. A disgrace to American liberty.

    • Lynn

      2018….not 3018!

  6. Facts should matter

    “It’s imperative that it’s accurate, because that’s what the public expects.”

    Just because something is “accurate” doesn’t mean that it’s relevant, useful or CREDIBLE!

    To hell with what the public “expects.” Life is riddled with uncertainty and risk.. better get use to it.

  7. Chris f

    Well…thank goodness all those people are listed correctly now. Now we should see a huge reduction in the number of news articles of sex crimes committed by registerred citizens in this area. Oh, wait.. There were no news articles because recidivism is really below 1 percent.

    • Tim

      Every number coming out of Bureau of justice statistics tend to claim violent crime is going down in America. Trending statistics are often skewed in ways that convince citizens their gov and LEO is doing a better job on general welfare and safety. They’ve reason to skew the numbers. Meanwhile mayhem is consistently being reported by younger and younger folks.

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