Supervisors approve better public notification on sex offenders
Excerpt from San Diego Union Tribune
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Anderson said on Tuesday many residents of his district were outraged over sex predators moving into their neighborhoods.
"What procedures can be utilized?" said Anderson, who introduced the motion. "It's a very trying process."
Anderson said his district is the county's second poorest, and "we've actually been targeted for dumping pedophiles into our district."
At an April 28 news conference, Anderson said residents "have the right to the same level of safety as anybody does in any other rich neighborhood."