CA Pol Proposes Fix to ‘Broken” Sex Offender Registry

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California’s sex offender registry is broken, law enforcement officials say. As one of only four states that requires lifetime registration for all offenders, California has amassed more than 100,000 names on its list. The registry has become so large that it often produces too many potential suspects to be useful in solving sex crime cases, the Sacramento Bee reports. State Sen. Scott Wiener believes . . .

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