Sex Offender Laws & Treatment

In Thursday's Keene Sentinel: A local lawmaker sponsors bills to PROTECT convicted sex offenders

A local lawmaker has sponsored several bills in the N.H. House of Representatives that would increase protections for people on the state's registry of sex offenders. Rep. Timothy N. Robertson, D-Keene, said he was motivated by information about two recent local attacks that he said may have been committed by someone who targeted people listed on the registry.

The Impossible Redemption of Jonathan Boyer

Does the best thing you do in your life make up for the worst thing you've ever done? This cycling hero—and convicted felon—might get closer to an answer than any of us.

Sex offender lists make reoffending more likely.

The problems with sex offender lists continues to grow. The Las Vegas Sun recently ran an article about the plight of one man, Harry Berlin, 71. This is the republication of an article first published on Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Risky Policies: How Effective Are Restrictions on Sex Offenders in Reducing Reoffending?

Sex offenders are one of the most reviled groups of felons.  In the past few decades, there has been a dramatic increase in laws and regulations governing virtually every facet of their lives.

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