Part V: Long Road for Survivors

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3 min read
453 words
Beau Evans
Aug 13, 2021
Key Points
  • 600 sex predators off ankle monitors across Georgia by year’s end.
  • No legal fix from state lawmakers nearly two years later.
  • Police rely on registrations and house checks for predators.
Many district attorneys and police officials say they have not fielded allegations of any predators re-offending since losing their ankle monitors. It’s also rare for victims to be attacked again by their abusers once they have gone to prison, according to several local advocates who work with sex-crime survivors, including children. But the increasing removal ...

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