Police pushing for sex offender registry

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  • Saturday, 04 Jun 2016

Tough topic: DCP Law (centre) speaking to the media during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur. — AFP

KUALA LUMPUR: A sex offender registry needs to be implemented as a separate piece of legislation to ensure that predators are kept under constant police surveillance.

A source at Bukit Aman said the police were pushing for the registry as it could facilitate the force in its investigations.

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