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Geospatial technologies help track real-time movements of sex offenders

Convicted sex offenders continue to move freely within communities, including in restricted areas, despite laws designed to limit their movements. A new study uses new tracking techniques to better understand the actual movements of sex offenders. This information can help develop effective strategies to promote public safety.
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