Reconsider releasing violent sexual predators into residential areas.
  1. United States
  2. Wash.
  3. Letter

Reconsider releasing violent sexual predators into residential areas.

To: Gov. Inslee, Sen. Wilson, Rep. McEntire, Rep. Walsh

From: A constituent in Longview, WA

May 25

The decision to release violent sexual predators into residential communities is deeply concerning and poses a serious risk to public safety. These offenders have demonstrated a capacity for heinous acts that have inflicted immense trauma on victims. Allowing them to reside near families and children is an unacceptable gamble that jeopardizes the well-being of our communities. While recognizing the complex challenges involved, prioritizing community security must take precedence. Proven rehabilitation programs within secure facilities offer a more prudent approach to managing this population. Releasing these predators with minimal oversight disregards the rights of law-abiding citizens to feel safe in their own neighborhoods. I implore you to reconsider this dangerous policy immediately. Explore alternative solutions that balance accountability with effective treatment within controlled environments. The sanctity of our communities hinges on decisive action to safeguard residents from potential victimization by violent offenders. Public trust demands a course correction that places the highest value on preserving peace and preventing further devastation.

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