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"Turns out I could have waited and bought anywhere." Piercy believes sex offenders' living restrictions should be reviewed case-by-case. Our concern is that this blanket removal is going to potentially leave some of the dangerous people now unmonitored and potentially place the community at risk," he said.
"We've created bad legislation and now we're trying to fix it.
"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.
Those restrictions were then strengthened three years later.
The tough restrictions still apply to about 5,000 or so sex offenders who committed their offenses after 2003, but they, too vary.
But the state has had to significantly — and without fanfare — scale back its once-intense restrictions.For instance, sex offenders who committed their crimes between June 4, 2003, and June 30, 2006, can live within 1,000 feet of churches and swimming pools, but those who committed their crimes after July 1, 2006, cannot."The bottom line was that the hammer was about to fall on us, and I was deeply concerned that the entire statute was in jeopardy," said state Sen. The changes in the law also allow some offenders to petition to get off the registry, clear the way for disabled and elderly offenders to be exempt from residency requirements and no longer require sex offenders to hand over Internet passwords.I am trying to trace my husband's family who were from the Stanstead area.
I have a copy of a baptism record from the Sacred Heart church, North Strattford NH for Joseph Henri COLLARD born Jan 14 1908 in West stewartown NH and baptized at Sacred Heart, January 24, 1908.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.