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How to find out if a sex offender is in your neighborhood

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- If a sex offender moves to your area police are required by law to send out a community notification.

The notification card will contain the sex offender's picture, name, and the number of the block they live on. Law enforcement agencies must notify the public and residents as soon as they learn about the offender's move.

The Franklin County Sheriff's office says by law a sex offender is free to live wherever he or she chooses unless there are court ordered restrictions.

To find out if a sex offender lives in your neighborhood or to get email alerts. Click on our news links tab on our homepage.

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