In MD, Old-School Method Verifies Sex Offender Addresses


Clipboard in hand, Glenn Mina headed off to his new job recently: visiting the homes of rapists and child molesters. His duty for the Harford County Sheriff’s Office is to make sure they live where they say they live, reports the Baltimore Sun.

Mina, a former lieutenant and commander in the office’s investigations unit, was hired out of retirement last month to verify the addresses of the approximately 80 child sex-offenders registered in Harford County. Other jurisdictions use the same door-knock technique to verify addresses.


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