Sexual Predator: How to Identify Registered and Unregistered Sex Offenders

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Crime Time Publishing Company, Oct 1, 1999 - Social Science - 267 pages
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Here's a little-known secrets: The American government keeps lists of persons previously convicted of rape, molestation, and other sexual assaults. And this information is available to the public -- for those who know where to look! Using Megan's Law and other public records, renowned private investigator Robert Scott unlocks the secrets to effectively identifying these potentially dangerous persons... Fact: Over half-a-million sex offenders have been released from prison and are living unnoticed in society -- until they strike again. By learning how to identify sexual predators, you, your family and your community will lead a safer life with more peace of mind. This book is a must for any person who needs to check into the background of acquaintances, child care workers, employees, neighbours and others.

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Columnist for P.I. Magazine and Los Angeles based private investigator.

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