Tuesday, June 07, 2005

Florida Town Bans Sex Offenders from Libraries

The city of Oviedo, Florida has passed a ground-breaking law concerning convicted sex offenders. The law only affects those convicted after October 1, 2004, but will go a long way in protecting children from future predators.
The new law says that sex offenders who have committed crimes against children under 16 years old cannot live within 2,500 feet of schools, libraries, parks, playgrounds, day cares and churches. Read more from FloridaToday.com.