18,000 sex offenders could soon be removed from PA’s registry

PITTSBURGH – Pennsylvania’s sex offender registry is a resource parents and other people use to keep tabs on their community and ensure they and their children are safety.

Soon, the entire registry may disappear.

“Now [victims are] going to worry about their offender being in the community, and not being monitored by anyone or or having to follow any kind of standards,” said Alison Hall, the director of Pittsburgh Action Against Rape.   (Source)

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