Although residence restrictions for convicted sex offenders are widely enforced in the United States, these policies remain controversial. Most restrictions are defined geographically, prohibiting convicted offenders from establishing a permanent residence within a prescribed distance from sensitive facilities like schools, parks, and bus stops. One of the collateral consequences of the seemingly haphazard landscape of residence restrictions is the emergence of sex offender clusters. These photographs map that landscape.
RTE One - The Works Interview with John Kelly 13.2.15 >>