California Lost Track Of Sex Offenders, Audit Says

Print More,1,5524488.story?coll=la-headlines-california The database of sex offenders maintained by California under Megan’s Law is rife with errors about the state’s 80,000 convicted sex offenders, says state audit. The Los Angeles Times reports that the database was created in 1996 to list the location of sex offenders, who are required to register with local police departments. But
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