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Sexual offenders have to live by a very particular set of rules. They can’t live near playgrounds, they’re on a registry for life. These rules exist to make everyone safer. But they also can limit a reformed criminal’s ability to reintegrate into everyday life and be productive members of society.


  • Monica Williams, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Weber State University and author, The Sex Offender Housing Dilemma: Community activism, safety, and social justice

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One thought on “18-37 Segment 2: The Sex Offender Reintegration Crisis

  1. Professor Williams is spot on. The other thing that’s illogical about sex offender policy is that the overwhelming majority of sex offenders don’t commit their crime anywhere near where they live.


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