STUDY: ATTACKS DOWN EVEN BEFORE MEGAN’S LAW
Researchers conducting a study of Megan's Law have found that child sex assaults were decreasing even before the landmark legislation was passed in 1994. The new federal study is trying to determine whether Megan's Law, named after Megan Kanka, a Trenton girl who was raped and murdered by a sex offender living in her neighborhood, is worth the millions of dollars spent by local and county governments to notify residents when a convicted sex offender moves nearby.
(Trenton, New Jersey)
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