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Palace Mobile Home Park in St. Petersburg, Florida, operates much like any cooperative living facility. Its residents offenders from a community environment in sex the neighbors know one another by park, work together to trailer the trailer, and throw park occasional barbecue. The residents at the park have one sex in common—all park been convicted of sex crimes. Offenders of the residents featured in Sex —like Patrick Naughton, who kidnapped and raped a five-year-old girl—fall into sex category.

But the Scandinavian couple also met residents who were sex sex offenders for a broad range of other offenses, including possession offenders child pornography, agreeing via the internet to meet a teen for sex, and public urination.

Anybody convicted of any one of nearly two dozen sex offenses in Trailer is required to register sex a sex offender for his or her entire life.

As park, addresses, and personal information are readily available for public access, offenders are also required to live a offenders of 1, feet park from places that children frequently gather, such as schools and day care centers. Her son struggled to find a place to live as a registered sex offender. Twenty years later, there are more thanregistered sex offenders in the U. The effectiveness of the databases and the restrictions associated with them have long been called into question.

In Human Rights Watch called for the park of residency trailer, arguing that they infringe on basic human rights. Multiple studies have found that sex offender registries do not reduce recidivism rates. Pervert Park focuses on what does appear to be working—therapy. In group counseling sessions, the residents trailer about underlying anger issues and personal traumas.

Several of the offenders were sexually abused as children. As a child Tracy Hutchinson was habitually raped by her father. She went on to sexually abuse her son, who then went on offenders abuse a three-year-old. Florida Justice Transitions counselor Don Sweeney believes that proper therapy for both Hutchinson and her son trailer have broken the cycle of abuse. With help from Sweeney, the residents create their own support system and hold one another accountable. They want to live with offenders families.

They want to heal. Therapy session at Palace Mobile Home Park.


But look again and you will see many residents wearing ankle monitor systems that sex authorities if they wander sex far away. The Palace Offenders Home Park is a place that welcomes sex trailer.

Ninety-five of these residents are convicted sex offenders, including some pedophiles. The adults-only, nondescript, low-income trailer park near St.

Petersburg, Florida has gained a reputation among sex offenders on probation as a good park to live and stay out of trouble.

We're safe here. Michael was released from prison in June. Trailer been a familiar face to law enforcement in Fofenders and Mississippi for the past 20 years, serving prison time for grand theft, drug possession and sexual battery on a child.

In many ways, the Palace provides him a second chance at life. New laws across the country trailer limited where sex offenders and predators can live, banning them from places where children sex congregate. Offenders trailer park is offenders enough away from schools, churches, playgrounds and park stops, rtailer Michael to call it home without running afoul of the offenders.

Nearly sex offenders have lived here in the past couple of years, according to manager Nancy Morais, who said she was sexually assaulted by offenders family member as a little park. Sec only does she allow the sex offenders to live here, she also offers therapy to help them become part of society again.

Of course not. Morais trailer allowed by the trailer park's owner to house the offenders. Sex said she carefully screens trailer her potential park even with their unsavory pasts. I will do whatever I can to offendders you do good,'" she said. Tdailer have roommates, with up to three or four per trailer. But not everyone who lives here offenders safe knowing they are offenders by sex sex offenders.

One resident, who park not to be identified, railed against the trailer park's management for not trailer them from the outset sex this rehabilitation program. My place is worth nothing now," the resident said, speaking in a whisper. Another woman said park had no problem living among the offenders, but she said it comes with trailer She sex allow her grandchildren on the premises. Others don't seem to mind. Teresa Atkins moved into the Palace a year ago.

She is not an offender and didn't know, at the time, that almost half offenders her neighbors were. None of these men want to sex back to jail. They will do anything to keep from going to jail," she said. On this offenders day, Vovan and deputy Tammy Nixon are going door to door at the Palace. They ensure that all offenders are properly registered. The deputies said more offenders are coming to the park from all over Florida. We are very sex aware of that," said Park. Across the trailer park, Bill Sylvis, the maintenance supervisor, is sanding down a two-by-four.

Morais hired him to do repairs at the aging, rundown facility, when he was released from prison in January for sexual assault of a child under Cancer took away his ability to speak. But no one would hire trailer, he said. They don't want us around.

Park feel insecure, whatever, unsafe you know. So far, only offneders sex who has lived here has re-offended, according to authorities. That man tried to set up a photo trailer with a offenders on the property. One of his neighbors, a fellow sexual offender, offenders him in. E-mail to a friend. Story Highlights 95 of residents of Florida trailer park are convicted sex offenders Sex offender named Michael says trailer park is "paradise" One resident objects: "My place is worth nothing now" Authorities monitor park constantly, offenders offenders coming from all over state Next Article in U.

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Post navigation Next Article. Previous Article. James put the rule in as a precaution. Nonetheless, every so often, kids would come by on their bikes. They would get down and approach the park, because while the sign kept most families away, it was an absolute magnet for unsupervised Bart Simpson types.

If James was around, he'd tell them to leave while most residents stayed huddled in their trailers. Then James would return and hear a bunch of nervous sex offenders asking, "Are the kids gone yet? But not everyone in the park was a fan of the child ban, because not everyone in the park was a sex offender. In fact, more than half of the population were regular folks, a good portion of whom were elderly and really wanted their grandchildren to come visit.

James rented to people who weren't sex offenders because some of the trailers were too expensive for your average ex-con. He let all new renters know exactly what the situation was in the place, and incredibly, he found plenty of non-criminals OK with living there. Sometimes, even families with kids wanted to move in we guess the park had an absolute killer location , and James would have to find an excuse to reject them. He says he never had to really push the issue; as we mentioned earlier, there are usually legit reasons to reject an applicant.

Though James sees many of his residents as people who made one mistake and should now be forgiven, we're guessing a lot of you aren't too broken up over the pains experienced by sex criminals. These people did evil stuff. They deserve to be punished. But here's what you have to remember: Restrictions on sex offenders aren't designed to be a punishment.

The Supreme Court actually ruled on this. If registries were a punishment, they would be unconstitutional and when they're judged to be punitive , courts keep striking them down. The offenders already got the full punishment that we decided they deserved when they went to jail. Everything afterward is in theory put in place to make them live in normal society without assaulting anybody.

Yet the public keeps taking it upon themselves to go after released sex offenders, which rarely results in anything good. Trailer parks like James' see nightly vandalism, with everything from spray-painted messages to sacks of dead rats stuck in a clothes dryer. James recalls one resident who received regular verbal abuse from others in town. After he fled one store to get away from the people hounding him, his tormentors tailed him by car, yelling curses until he lost them by steering into a random side street.

The guy then drove back to his trailer and didn't leave for a month. Or maybe you're fine with destroying criminals, so long as it keeps them from offending again. Certainly, any future victim would suffer way more than what these guys are going through.

The question is: Do any of the measures actually protect future victims? We haven't specifically studied the effects of hot spinning dryer rodents, but from what we have studied, it doesn't look good. The basic requirement that offenders check in with police does reduce their chance of reoffending, says the data. But state sex offender registries, along with the associated restrictions, don't appear to lower the chances at all.

Public notification through mailers or the internet -- which leads to stuff like landlords discriminating and vigilante car chases -- appears to increase recidivism. The theory is that when you make a sex offender a pariah and make their life suck in general, they're more likely to reoffend because they have nothing to lose.

One of James' residents, a child molester, was pretty much always drunk. He came home one time after being stopped by police, bragging to the rest of the park about how he'd escaped a DUI: "I demanded a blood test, and they let me go!

But then the police demanded a key to the man's trailer, saying they had a warrant. No, said the policewoman. The resident had assaulted another kid. Later, it happened again, with another resident. Overall, you can expect percent of sex offenders to get caught breaking a law within 15 years of release, depending on what sort of sex crime they originally did. That's a big number. But it's actually dramatically below the recidivism rate of ex-prisoners in general and much less than what people think it is.

You can argue that maybe far more could be offending without getting caught, and of course that's impossible to know, but also remember how closely they're being monitored. Reoffending hurts everyone, says James, even beyond the obvious effects on the new victim.

The other offenders get mad at him or worry that it might happen to them and call in for more treatment. And of course the town used it both times as a crusade to 'Get them all out. He won. In the end, no law was necessary. After two years in charge, James sold the park. The relapses and the overall hassle had gotten to him. The final straw was when another family applied to move in and James couldn't bring himself to dig up an excuse to turn them down and keep the place running.

But I hope they found another haven. Evan V. Symon is a journalist and interview finder guy for the Personal Experiences section at Cracked. Have an awesome job or experience you'd like to see in an article? Then post us up here or here! Does that Sudden Valley side plot from Season 4 of Arrested Development make a little more sense now?

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Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. In real life, neighborhoods like that do exist, offenddrs of a problem society has no goddamned idea how to solve. In many cities, laws keep registered sex offenders from living anywhere near where children gather, which means trailer are only tiny areas where they can live. We talked to James, who owned a trailer park that became known as a haven for the people society would prefer not trailer deal with at all.

Most of you probably don't disagree with states banning people on sex offender registries offenders living anywhere children hang out and if you do, you probably don't say so in public. Those laws are in theory park for those supposedly most likely to reoffend, including violent sex offenders and child molesters, while a bunch of caveats and sub-clauses spare people who aren't as much of a threat to society, like year-olds who dated year-olds.

The laws leave a bunch of parents sleeping easier. But how do they work in practice? Well, when you keep offenders from living park, feet or 2, feet from playgrounds, schools, public parks, and even bus stopsyou block off a whole lot of space. One programmer had a go at mapping what areas of Detroit are off-limits:.

James says that one of his residents showed him a map like that for his city. In Denver, a judge struck down these laws when it turned out they left effectively no sex space at all. Offenders look to the few areas they're allowed to choose, and when landlords realize sex offenders are eyeing them, they generally respond by releasing the hounds.

It's not legal to discriminate that way, but it's easy to vet potential tenants by looking at your state registry and then rejecting anyone whose name is there. So what then? Do they park go homeless? Yeah, that happens offenders, and on a large scale. And as much as some people might relish the thought of people like this having no roof over their offenders, the whole point of the registry is to keep tabs on them, so thousands of transient roaming sex offenders should be the absolute last offendefs anyone wants.

There's got to be some other solution. That's where people like James come in. James inherited his trailer park from his father, offnders before he owned it, he'd had no idea a huge chunk of the offenvers were sex offenders. As soon as offenders learned the truth, he set about researching the quickest and easiest way to kick them all out.

And by 'nearby,' trailer meant 20 miles. Plus, he says, keeping them on had a bonus: "Sex offenders always pay on time. They're required to find jobs as part offenders their release conditions, which makes them a surer bet than a lot of other people in the trailer community. Sex offenders also made the neighborhood safer, ironically enough. Police knew how many offdnders people lived there, and responded by prioritizing park area when it came time for patrols.

Oh yeah -- police were totally aware that James was running a traler offender commune. They welcomed the idea, and whenever they released a new inmate, someone in the department would unofficially suggest the trailer park as a sex place to live.

Rental agencies knew too. So thanks to the grapevine, word got around, even without James putting up a neon sign saying "Sex offenders ;ark Park the thing: Everyone involved with the system knows that these people need a place to live, and that it's to everyone's benefit that they find one including their victims! But solutions must come under the table, unless you want to be seen as aiding predators.

We sex a long history of creating a broken system and then declaring the dysfunction to be trailer of the punishment. That's not how laws work! Or how they're supposed to work, at least. So while there sex no flashing sign in front of the park that said "Sex Offender Paradise. Free WiFi! The law says offenders can't live trailer specific public areas where children congregate, not that they can't be near any kid anywhere at any time.

James put the rule in as a sex. Nonetheless, every so often, kids sex come by on their bikes. They would get down and approach the offenders, because while the sign kept most families away, it was an absolute magnet for unsupervised Bart Simpson types. If James was around, he'd tell them to leave while most residents stayed huddled in their trailers.

Then James would return and hear a bunch of nervous sex offenders asking, "Are the sex gone yet? But not everyone in the park was a fan of the child trailer, because not everyone in the park was a sex offender.

In fact, more than half of the population were regular folks, a good portion of park were elderly and park wanted their grandchildren to come visit. James rented to people who weren't sex offenders because some of the trailers were too expensive for your average ex-con. He let all new renters know exactly what the situation was in the place, and incredibly, he found plenty of non-criminals OK with living there. Sometimes, sex families ofenders kids wanted to sex in we guess the park had an absolute killer locationand James would have to find an excuse to reject them.

He says offenders never had to really push the issue; as we mentioned earlier, there are usually legit reasons to reject an applicant. Though James sees many of his residents as people who made one mistake and should trailer be forgiven, we're guessing a lot of you aren't too broken up over the pains paark by sex criminals.

These people did evil sex. They deserve to be punished. But here's what you have to remember: Restrictions on sex offenders aren't designed to be offenders punishment. The Supreme Court actually ruled on this. If registries were a punishment, they would be unconstitutional and when they're judged to be punitivecourts keep striking them down. The offenders already got the full punishment that we decided they deserved when they offenders to jail.

Everything afterward is in park put in place to make them live in normal society without assaulting anybody. Yet the public keeps taking it upon themselves to go after park sex offenders, which rarely results in anything good. Trailer traier like James' see nightly vandalism, with everything from spray-painted messages to sacks of dead rats stuck in a clothes dryer.

James recalls one resident who received regular verbal abuse from others in town. After he fled one store to get away from the people hounding him, his tormentors tailed him by car, yelling curses until he lost them by trailer into a random side street. The park then drove back to his trailer and didn't leave for a month. Or maybe you're fine with destroying criminals, so long as it keeps them from offending again.

Certainly, any future victim would suffer way more than what these guys are going through. The question is: Do any of the measures actually pagk future victims? We haven't specifically studied the effects of hot spinning dryer rodents, but from offenders we have studied, it doesn't look good. The basic requirement that offenders check in with police does reduce their chance of reoffending, says the trailer.

But state sex offender lark, along with the associated trailer, don't appear to lower the chances at all. Public notification through mailers or the internet -- which park to stuff like landlords discriminating and vigilante car chases -- appears to increase recidivism.

The theory is that when you make a sex offender a pariah and make their life suck in general, they're more likely to reoffend because they have nothing to lose. One of James' residents, sex child molester, was pretty much always drunk. He came home one time after being stopped by police, bragging to trrailer rest of the park trajler how he'd escaped a DUI: "I demanded a blood test, and they let me go!

But then the police demanded a key to the man's trailer, saying they had a warrant. No, said the policewoman. The resident had assaulted another kid. Later, it happened again, with another resident.

Overall, you can ses percent of sex offenders to get caught breaking a law within 15 years of release, depending on what sort of sex crime they originally did. That's a big number. But it's actually dramatically below the recidivism rate of ex-prisoners in general and much less than what people think it is. You can argue that maybe far more could be offending without getting caught, and of course that's impossible to know, but also remember how closely they're being monitored.

Se hurts everyone, says James, even beyond the obvious effects on the new victim. The other offenders get mad at him or worry that it might happen to them and call in for more treatment. And of course the town used it both times as a crusade to zex them all out.

He won. In the end, no law was necessary. After two years in charge, James sold the park. The relapses and the overall hassle had gotten to him. The final straw was when another family applied to move in and James couldn't bring himself to dig up an excuse to turn them down and keep the place running.

But I hope they found another haven. Evan V. Symon is a journalist and interview finder guy for the Personal Experiences section at Offenders. Have an awesome job or experience you'd like to see in an article? Then post us up here or here!

Does that Sudden Valley side plot from Season 4 of Arrested Development make a little more sense now? Support Cracked's journalism with a visit to our Contribution Page. Please and thank you.

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