Connecticut Megan's Law
Named after Megan Kanka, Megan's Law was passed into federal law in 1995. Megan's Law demands that every state
put a method in place for notifying local residents when a sexual offender is moves into their area.
Megan was just seven years old when a previous sexual predator that resided accross the street from her family, abducted, rapped, and killed her. It was decided that if her family or other residents in the communtiy had known that a previous sexual offender was housed in their neighborhood, this heinous act could've been avoided. With those thoughts, the U.S. Congress enacted the "Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994", also known as Megan's Law, without any objections.
Since the law has been passed, Connecticut has strived to protect its public by providing the most up to date information regarding past sex offenders and their current residency. The law has proven that while sex crimes are still a occuring in the United States, acts committed by past offenders are on a regression.
The data accesible with the passing of Megan's Law has shown to be a major benefit in keeping one's family guarded from the risk of sexual misconduct. Staying up to date on information that is pertinent to you an your loved ones is imperative. We are dedicated to making sure that ordinary citizens accurate data in a timely way. Our database covers the entire Country and can be search by State, County, City, or Zip Code. Simply include your area into the search box, and get the data you want immediately!
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