could get complicated for the Department of Corrections as communities set
restrictions on where released sex offenders can live.
and parole officials have begun to plan how to comply with new ordinances. In Barre,
for example, sections of the city have been put off limits to anyone
convicted of a sex crime.
An advocate for
victims of domestic and sexual violence says an ordinance being considered by
the city of Rutland that would require sex offenders to live far from
schools, playgrounds and day care centers won’t work.