Though a Key Biscayne church group delivers hot meals, water, and snacks Tuesday evenings, it's merely a Band-Aid on a festering wound. Kawasaki locks up his shack, which is mounted on cinderblocks. Eighty-eight are on probation with ankle monitors tracing their movement.
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They should be equally concerned with the children who live through childhood trauma. It's 30 minutes into the lunch rush hour, but only three weary patrons in construction boots sit hunched over glasses of cold beer at the bar. Now they put an ankle monitor and say to stay here.
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Covington, S. Criminal Justice Studies 24 1 : When the public is notified of a sexual offender moving into a neighborhood, they are often ostracized, which may exacerbate their problems and increase their risk of reoffense. Bialik, If even half of the convicted sex offenders are likely to commit a similar crime once released, the number is too high.
Author is Professor of Law; Director, Center for Civil and Human Rights, Notre Dame Law School who provides a timely overview of detention approaches used for foreign nationals who have been convicted of terrorist activities.
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Then in , Florida faced its own galvanizing tragedies: the back-to-back murders of two young girls by convicted sex offenders. Housing restrictions for certain sex offenders in Miami-Dade County State law. In , County Commissioner Xavier Suarez told New Times : "That we restrict where [offenders] can live and not provide any facilities for them isn't human or logical.