Laura Ahearn and Parents For Megan's Law In The News

Laura Ahearn and Parents For Megan's Law In The News

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The Longwood school district is the first to adopt an e-mail alert system that notifies subscribers when a sex offender moves to any Long Island community. The postcard mailing service, which more...

Five years after Michael Bradley, 51, of Mastic Beach, was convicted of sodomizing a 15 year old boy, he logged onto Match.com an online dating Web site, saying he was looking for "someone more...

New Jersey's Megan's Law notifications were stopped by a federal appeals court that finds that the release of sex offenders' home addresses violated their constitutional rights. New York's more...

A groundbreaking new e-mail system that will provide people with automatic alerts of sexual predators who move into neighborhoods should be up and running on Long Island by March 24. Laura more...

As many as 7,200 sex offenders in New York, for years, have eluded the scrutiny of Megan's Law, the measure that makes the whereabouts of sex offenders public. They have lived in relative more...

Parents for Megan's Law, a Stony Brook-based agency established to support victims of child sexual abuse, has received $100,000 in federal funds to set up a nationwide toll-free hotline so more...

Newsday/Denise M. Bonilla

Babylon officials has shelved plans for a law that would limit where sex offenders live in town after concern about a federal suit more...

Federal immigration officers and Nassau police fanned out across Nassau County yesterday starting at 5 a.m., rousting sex offenders out of their sleep, apprehending others on the streets and more...

Daily Gazette/Katy Moeller

There is an official state registry of high-risk sexual offenders that's now available free to the public on the Internet at criminaljustice.state.ny.us. The more...

There is a question being asked by government officials as the state re-examines its penal codes and advocates push for tougher penalties for those who commit sex crimes, particularly against more...