Minn. Panel Suggests Changes in Handling Sex Offenders

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http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/4106539.html Some of the nearly 200 sexual psychopaths now locked in Minnesota treatment centers should be moved into less prison-like settings and allowed back into the community through work release, an independent advisory committee suggests. In its first report to the state since it was created 18 months ago, the five-member committee was sharply critical of the current treatment program, saying it is punitive and coercive, reports the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The program contributes to the general air of . . .

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