Monday, March 31, 2008

Florida ’s inconsistent patchwork of sex offender and predator residency restrictions

TALLAHASSEEIn an effort to remedy Florida 's inconsistent patchwork of sex offender and predator residency restrictions, State Senator Dave Aronberg (D-Greenacres) on Tuesday will present to the Senate Criminal Justice Committee legislation offering common-sense alternatives. 
 
SB 1430, which is scheduled to be heard Tuesday, April 1, 2008, would better protect public safety by creating a uniform statewide standard to prevent sex offenders and predators from living 1,500 feet from places children frequent.  The legislation would also create 24-hour child safety zones that would prevent offenders and predators from loitering around parks, playgrounds and other places where children congregate during the day
 
The Senate Criminal Justice Committee will meet from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm in the Senate Office Building , Room 401.
 
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CONTACT:   Kristen Pesicek
                        850-487-5356
 


  
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