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In Miami an exclusion zone of 2,500 feet has helped create a camp of homeless offenders under a bridge.
Make the punishment fit the crime There are three main arguments for reform.
Small wonder most sex offenders report being harassed. Many are fired because someone at work has Googled them. Sometimes sex offenders are barred from living near places where children congregate.
In Georgia no sex offender may live or work within 1,000 feet (300 metres) of a school, church, park, skating rink or swimming pool.
A whole Wyoming of offenders In all, 674,000 Americans are on sex-offender registries—more than the population of Vermont, North Dakota or Wyoming.
America's sex-offender laws are the strictest of any rich democracy.
Convicted rapists and child-molesters are given long prison sentences.
When released, they are put on sex-offender registries.
In most states this means that their names, photographs and addresses are published online, so that fearful parents can check whether a child-molester lives nearby.
The number keeps growing partly because in several states registration is for life and partly because registries are not confined to the sort of murderer who ensnared Megan Kanka.