The woman, who cannot be named because it would identify her daughter, told The Press newspaper, her daughter, now 19, was terrified of accidentally seeing her abuser again.Will this help? Or hinder?
She had three cars of volunteers ready to "stake out" the prison and follow any vehicles leaving and was also preparing to hand out leaflets where Harris would be released.
The Sensible Sentencing Trust has advised the mother on how to legally go about alerting Harris' neighbours to his presence.
Safe Network chief executive Robert Ford, who works on rehabilitating sex offenders, said leaflet drops placed the offenders under stress, and under stress they were more like to re-offend.
Saturday, 24 January 2009
at 9:17 am by Julie
The Herald reports on a woman who intends to stalk a rapist on his release from prison next week:
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