Learning to Identify Repeat Sex Offenders

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Sex offenders frighten communities largely because they're seen as destined to repeat their crimes. Alex Chadwick talks to law professor and sex offender expert John LaFond about sex offender statistics, and the ways of identifying repeat offenders.

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