After becoming sick and being admitted to the hospital, George was required to stay in longer than expected. Even so, a warrant was still issued after 7 days of being admitted to the hospital, because he was supposed to add a change of address after seven days!
KMZU news anchor Matt Griffith in Missouri interviews NARSOL Board Member and Communications Director Sandy R. about the registry.
Coming to terms with best practices for handling those who have committed sexual offenses isn’t just an American issue, it’s a global issue. As governments around the world debate how to move forward, we would […]
Sexual offender residency restrictions: unscientific, wasteful, useless.
Did you know that, in many states, a 14 year old can be put on the sexual offense registry for consensual sex with their similarly aged boyfriend or girlfriend. That’s exactly what happened to Andrew. […]