State facing criticism over treatment of sex offenders

andy lambertApril 28, 2015

Kansas is among the states facing scrutiny over its program that commits sex offenders to involuntary treatment. More than 250 people have been sent to the program in the past 20 years and only three have been released. Supporters argue it’s necessary to keep dangerous offenders off the streets. But critics say the program indefinitely warehouses people.

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