Kristen Houser, vice president of communications and development for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino to discuss the State Supreme Court ruling on an ordinance to restrict where sex offenders can live by unanimous decision.
A test program that uses technology to track convicted sex offenders has been declared a success by some, but others are giving the program mixed reviews.
Allegheny County is beginning a program that it hopes will help keep the public safe from repeat sex offenders. It’s a special court to handle cases requiring suspects to register under Megan’s Law.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala plans to begin a pilot program in the Woodland Hills School District, requiring Megan’s Law offenders to wear GPS ankle bracelets. Starting Nov. 17, 47 sex offenders now on […]