Sex offender registration
Sex offenders in Maryland can’t be forced to register in the state’s sex offender registry if they committed their crimes before the database was created in 1995.
A Maryland law requiring sex offenders to register for monitoring is now being called into question. A state court already ordered one offender’s name off the list.
A ruling Monday from Maryland’s highest court calls into question a state law that requires some people to register as sex offenders for crimes committed decades ago.
The Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention is awarding nearly $730,000 to help local police agencies monitor sex offenders.
A Frederick man is starting a 30-year prison term for sexually abusing a 1-year-old boy so badly the child needed surgical repair.
Baltimore County police say officers will be on the lookout this holiday season for sex offenders hanging around children.
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is preparing to take the lead in law enforcement in the county.