Sex offender software makes enforcement easier


By Todd South
The Chattanooga Times Free Press

TENNESSEE — One Walker County detective has the job of monitoring sex offenders, but with near-constant changes to state law, the job became overwhelming, the sheriff said.

"The sex offender laws were becoming so complicated and convoluted, we had to look at registering, monitoring and upkeep," said Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson. "We couldn't do it without some kind of software."

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