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Sex offender notification laws differ from state to state. Notification about sex offenders released into the community became law in Minnesota in January, The information contained here pertains to sex offenders released into the city of Saint Paul. This information is also communicated directly to the affected communities at meetings that give citizens the opportunity to learn about the notification law, about the offender being released, the offender's rights and restrictions, and about what law-abiding people can do to make themselves, and their families, safer. These meetings also give attendees an opportunity to ask questions. The materials contained within this site are not meant to be exhaustive; however, they do provide information about the notification law and about offenders released into the local community. If you live outside of Saint Paul, Minnesota, please contact your local law enforcement agency about the community notification process in your city.
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According to Maple Grove police, Ferguson "engaged in sexual contact with an unknown adult female victim. Contact included sexual touching and penetration. Ferguson gained access to victim by approaching her in public. Ferguson also robbed victim. Ferguson gained compliance through physical force, indicating that he had a weapon, and forcing victim to another location.
Minnesota Sex Offender Law protects the residents of Minnesota from the menace of sex offenders. The law requires persons convicted of certain sex crimes in the state to register as a predatory sex offender. Duration of registration depends on the nature of the offense, determined by the law. This information alerts residents of Minnesota on sex offenders living in their community. Registered sex offenders must report any changes to their registration immediately to the police.