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Expert Paper – A Guide to Megan’s Laws: Prevention of Domestic and International Sexual Exploitation of Children in the USA

by Chris Smith - Member of Congress of the United States of America in 2016

The International Labor Organization estimates that 1.8 million children are victims of sexual exploitation around the world each year. Child predators thrive on secrecy that allows them to commit heinous crimes against children with impunity. Domestic and international Megan’s laws ensure that parents and nations are able to prevent repeat sexual offenses against children by known sex offenders.

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