Texas Megan's Law
Named after Megan Kanka, Megan's Law was enacted 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 area.
Megan was only seven years old when a prior sexual predator that resided accross the street from her family, abducted, rapped, and killed her. It was concluded that had her family or other residents in the communtiy had been alerted that a previous sexual predator was residing amongst them, this assult could've been prevented. With that in mind, the U.S. Congress passed the "Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994", also known as Megan's Law, without any resistance.
Since the law has been passed, Texas has made it a point to protect its supplying the most recent information relating to previous sexual offenders and their current residency. The law has shown that while sexual offenses are still a problem in the U.S., offenses committed by past offenders are on a decline.
The data obtainable by the enactment of Megan's Law has proven to be a major advantage in keeping one's family guarded from the threat of sexual misconduct. Being updated on information that is pertinent to you an your family is crucial. We are committed to assuring that ordinary citizens correct data in a timely manner. Our database covers the entire U.S. and can be search by State, County, City, or Zip Code. Simply insert your area into the search box, and access the inforamtion you desire in seconds!
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