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Mathematical Model Can Help Communities Better Evaluate Sex Offender Policies


March 12, 2010

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A new mathematical model developed by Indiana University-Bloomington and Arizona State University geographers could help communities that are in the midst of passing or reforming sex offender laws. The researchers describe the model and report its first test in an early view edition of Papers in Regional Science. Full Story

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