NEW HAMPSHIRE COPS: SEX OFFENDERS SLIPPING OUT OF STATE
Maine has a 9 month old law that may not require sex offenders to be on that state's sex offender registry. Because of this loophole, some New Hampshire sex offenders are considering taking advantage of it and moving to Maine. A Maine law that went into effect last year exempts those who were convicted in other states before September 1999 from that state's sex offender registry. According to APB, if offenders are no longer on parole or probation, like the majority of the 2,000 on the New Hampshire registry, they do not have to tell authorities they are moving.