Did you know that there are currently 626 registered sex offenders listed in Santa Ana, according to the California Megan’s Law website? This list includes transient offenders.
At the federal level, Megan’s Law requires persons convicted of sex crimes against children to notify local law enforcement of any change of address or employment after release from custody (prison or psychiatric facility). The notification requirement may be imposed for a fixed period of time—usually at least ten years—or permanently. Continue reading