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Some valid points here. There may be a false sense of security with these registries and a larger problem is being created with emergence of these ghettos". On the other hand there are many cases where a need to know is necessary- Schools, nursing homes etc. In my business a staffing firm many clients require we conduct background checks on our contract employees prior to placing them. Of course someone can easily "first time offend" and no registry will prevent that. Check my site to see how we match people to jobs. Micro Tech

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