May 20-21 || Residence restriction laws
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Residence restriction laws are state and local laws that prevent convicted sexual offenders from living within a specific range of a school, park, daycare, bus stop, or other known area for children. Many states have adopted some form of residence restriction to prevent sexual offenders from committing repeat crimes. These laws exist and have an impact, but they are only one layer of protection and are not a guarantee that a park, bus stop or other space is safe. For more information on restriction laws, read the VIRTUS® article “Residence Restriction Laws: Do they prevent sexual abuse?” at

Read the VIRTUS® article “Residence Restriction Laws: Do they prevent sexual abuse?” here. 


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