Connecticut considers downsizing sex offender registry

Another state is considering changes to its sex offender registry. The changes Connecticut is considering would reduce the number of people on the public registry.

Under the plan, a Sex Offender Registry Board would decide who has to register and for how long. Low-level offenders would for the first time be able to petition to be removed or placed on a list unavailable to the public. At least seven other states have rolled back existing sex offender registries so far.

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