The benefits and detriments of Sex Offender Registries and notification
systems — collectively called ‘SORNs’ — are heavily discussed among academic discourse globally. Such registries differ in their operation and implementation across jurisdictions, and there is a large variance in accessibility and community notification. The report, on behalf of HAQ, discusses the statistical effectiveness of SORNs, and addresses its economic, social, and legal impacts.

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