Letter to the editor: North Dakota has a better system for sex offenders
Published 10/17/2012, The Jamestown Sun
A recent article from the Associated Press (“Falling short on sex offender laws,”) stated that North Dakota is one of 34 states that has failed to comply with the SORNA provisions of the Adam Walsh Act passed by Congress. A reader might assume from reading the article that North Dakota has not been diligent in passing laws, developing computer systems and creating effective programs for registration and community notification of convicted sex offenders.Word count: 447
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