Georgia Megan's Law
Named after Megan Kanka, Megan's Law was passed into federal law in 1995. Megan's Law makes it mandatory for each state
have a system in place for notifying local residents when a sexual offender is moves into their neighborhood.
Megan was merely seven years old when a previous sex offender that resided accross the street from her family, kidnapped, violently rapped, and killed her. It was agreed that had her family or other community members had been aware that a previous sexual offender was living in their community, this assult would've been avoided. With that in mind, the U.S. Congress enacted the "Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994", nicknamed Megan's Law, without any protests.
Since the law has been put into effect, Georgia has gone out of its way to protect its public by providing the most up to date information regarding previous sex offenders and their current residency. The legislation has proven that though sexual offenses are still a occuring in the U.S., crimes committed by past offenders are on a regression.
The information attainable by the enactment of Megan's Law has continued to be a critical asset in keeping one's family guarded from the threat of sexual crimes. Getting up to date on information that is relevant to you an your family is imperative. We are committed to assuring that retrieve correct data in a timely fashion. Our database covers the entire United States and can be search by State, County, City, or Zip Code. Simply type your area into the search field, and receive the data you desire in seconds!
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