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Sex Offender Placement: California State Laws are Not Always Clear, and No One Formally Assesses the Impact Sex Offender Placement has on Local Communities
Elaine M. Howle (ed)
Concerns California’s process for placing sex offenders (SO) in residential facilities. It concludes that state laws, regulations, and departmental policies do not require licensing dep’ts. to consider the criminal background of potential clients, including registered SO, that the licensed facilities plan to serve. State law does not allow SO on parole to reside with other SO in a single-family dwelling that is not a “residential facility.” However, the report found several instances of 2 or more SO on parole illegally residing in the same hotel room. Moreover, local law enforcement agencies have not performed formal assessments of the impact SO have on their resources and communities, and state laws generally do not require this. Tables.
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