September 9, 2010 by staff
Jaycee Dugard, Jaycee Dugard’s abduction ordeal of legislation has led to close a gap in how the state is outside the state’s sex offenders serving probation in California.
A bill the Senate sent Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday would require the state to conduct psychological risk assessments of sex offenders who are on probation for the federal government or other states.
Such risk assessments and is routinely required before California inmates are released.
Dugard’s suspected abductor, Phillip Garrido, served time in federal prisons and Nevada, but was supervised by probation officers after California, moved to Antioch in the San Francisco Bay area.
The bill, SB1221 by Senator Mark DeSaulnier, a Democrat from near Concord, was sent to the governor in a unanimous vote.
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