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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It took 14 years for Jackie Anselmo to go public with her nightmare. Set off by a discovery on social media in the spring, the 28-year-old Lakewood resident decided she had held her trauma more...

The South Shore Press/Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco
4/14/10
A crime may last only a few seconds.  But the impact of that crime can last more...

In the triangle defined by Northport to the west, Wading River to the east, and Middle Country to the south, there are at least 22 level 3 sex offenders, the highest risk level for reoffending more...

Newsday/Reid J. Epstein

Senator Charles Schumer and Representative Peter King said Parents for Megan's Law and similar organizations should have the same access more...

Across Long Island, communities concerned about the access sex offenders have to children have passed ever-tighter legislation restricting where convicted child molesters, rapists and other sex more...

Newsday/Erik German

A judge's decision overturning a Rockland County law restricting where sex offenders live could affect dozens of similar laws statewide, more...

Pilgrim State Psychiatric Center is called the dungeon and monstrous. They say, child molesters are housed in it. This adult mental hospital is located in Brentwood and based on Governor George more...


Journal News-Westchester/Shawn Cohen

Current laws prevent sex offenders from teaching in schools but do not prohibit them from working with children in more...


nbcnewyork.com

NEW YORK -- State laws nationwide prohibit sex offenders from working as school teachers and coaches. But most laws more...

US Senator Charles Schumer responded to the concerns of a Long Island based advocacy group by announcing his proposed legislation to "tighten up" the federal Megan's Law by requiring local more...