The City fathers in Alexandria, Nebraska, have apparently decided against a residency restriction ordinance.Kudos to Alexandria.Alexandria’s leaders are interested in measures that actually make their community more safe. Residency restrictions do not do that.The Lincoln Journal Star story.
Fortunately, the private sector is proactive where the law failsA note from Gus:Being on the sex offender registry isn’t fun. It affects where you can live, ability to get a job, raising a family, and moving past the worst thing you ever did. If being a sex offender isn’t bad enough, most states publicly post […]
FACTS / NU wants to do a better job of engaging the readers of this blog and our other materials. To that end, we have assembled a number of registrants or registrants’ family members who will contribute under pen names. Over the next few days, we will introduce a couple of our new post-writers. Here’s […]
(Reprinted from Ninety-Five%, the Nebraskans Unafraid donor newsletter)Should county law enforcement abide by state law?The answer, of course, is “yes.”Dunning with an American flagExcept in Nebraska, where the correct answer might be something like, “Well, it depends on who you ask.”In Douglas and Lancaster counties, sheriffs do not allow registrants to sign verification forms when […]
Several years ago, FACTS published a list of guidelines for using the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry Website. The Guidelines are now validated by research that shows that most of the people on the Nebraska State Patrol sex offender registry website are not dangerous.Please share this link to the guidelines as widely as you possibly can. […]