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Sonny Perdue signed the changes into law in May, allowing the 13,000 or so registered sex offenders who committed their offense before June 4, 2003, to live wherever they choose.
The date was picked because that's when the state's first sex offender overhaul took effect.
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Previously, all registered sex offenders were banned from living within 1,000 feet of schools, parks and other places where children gather, essentially driving them either to desolate areas or out of state."It's better than what we had, but it still fosters a false sense of security," said Corwin Ritchie, the association's executive director."It does target the predator-type who might be sitting within sight of a school, but we have so many sex offenses going on within people's homes, we forget those type of victims." Many states are moving in the opposite direction.At one point, a tent city of homeless sex offenders was discovered in the woods behind a suburban office park.
"Lessening those kinds of restrictions is dangerous — it could lead to more crime, more offenders," said Ernie Allen of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
"And with the way the changes have been, it has caused confusion.