Issue:  Sex Offenders

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Position Statement:  I believe that convicted sex offenders forfeit some of thier rights at the time of their conviction.

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Convicted sex offenders should be monitored and required to check in regularly with authorities. It should not be the authorities duty to keep tabs on them, but their responsibility to report. Sex offenders have forfeited some of their rights to privacy when they commit the crime. Offenders that do not report would be considered in violation of their parole or sentence and be held accountable. For example, the law enforcement agencies would have the right to enter and search sex offenders residence in the event of an abduction or crime within a certain distance such as 25 miles. Anyone harboring a sex offender would also be in violation and punishable by law.



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