Long Island News, Legislation, Outrageous But Not Against The Law, Sex Offenders and Others Restrictions, Laura Ahearn and Parents For Megan’s Law In The News
October 31, 2018
News 12 Long Island
RONKONKOMA – Police have stepped up their monitoring of registered sex offenders to help keep trick-or-treaters safe this Halloween.
Experts say parents should check the sex offender registry for offenders who live in the neighborhood. Laura Ahearn, of Parents for Megan’s Law, says there are 1,100 registered sex offenders in Suffolk County and 547 in Nassau.
“Children should not go to the door