Isn't someone supposed to let us know when a sex offender moves in?
If a sex offender has a high-risk level the Department of Public Safety is to mail out post cards to the community he has moved to.

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1. What is Megan's Law and What does it mean for you?
2. Do all people convicted of a sex offense have to register?
3. What restrictions do sex offenders have?
4. What is the difference between probation and parole?
5. Can sex offenders live anywhere?
6. Can they go to school grounds, parks, or community centers?
7. Do sex offenders have to post signs at their homes?
8. How often do sex offenders have to register?
9. Is it a crime for an offender to not live where they are registered?
10. What information can I get on a sex offender?
11. Are schools notified of sex offenders?
12. Will the Deer Park Police Department come out and talk to groups about sex offenders and child abuse?
13. How many sex offenders live in Harris County?
14. Can I search for sex offenders online?
15. Do sex offenders have to register in other states?
16. Isn't someone supposed to let us know when a sex offender moves in?
17. What does the risk level mean?
18. If a sex offender has a low risk does that mean they are not too dangerous?
19. Do some offenders get away with not registering?
20. Do we (civilians) have the right to print out flyers from the DPS website of sex offenders and pass them out in the community?
21. Do sex offenders have rights?
22. Can we report a sex offender that is acting suspicious?
23. Can sex offenders live with children?
24. Do juveniles adjudicated of a sexual crime have to register as a sex offender?
25. How long does a sex offender have to register?