How does this information make a difference?

Predatory offenders gain power from operating in a mode of secrecy. Notifying the community of an offender takes away their hidden agenda by making neighbors aware of their identity and where they live. Any power that the community takes back from the offender helps to reduce opportunities for victimization. We appreciate your willingness to be involved in community education and the notification process to help empower you and your family to be safe.  

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1. Why would a Level 3 offender move to my city?
2. Why does the city and police department allow predatory offenders in Chaska?
3. Why does the Police Department hold meetings about Level Three predatory offenders who move into the community?
4. What happens at a community notification meeting?
5. How does this information make a difference?
6. How can I protect my family and myself?
7. Will I be informed when this offender moves out of my neighborhood?