Both parties have since agreed the child sex offenders can stay at Wayside for now and the city will continue to register new residents pending the outcome of the lawsuit. In Illinois it's illegal for convicted child sex offenders to reside within feet of a school, a daycare center or a playground, and the city says that includes McCarty Park.
August 2, Sarah Freishtat and Megan Jones Chicago Tribune The child sex offenders living at Wayside Cross Ministries were not the only ones to receive notices in recent months informing them they were in violation of a residency law and had to move.
A group of registered sex offenders in Aurora, Ill. If the men don't get a permanent injunction which would allow them to continue to live at Wayside Cross, Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon could charge them with a felony.
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In Illinois it's illegal for convicted child sex offenders to reside within feet of a school, a daycare center or a playground, and the city says that includes McCarty Park. I believe the term supplicant would have been a more suitable term. Whether or not they live too close to the park has been a recent source of conflict between the mission and the city.
Typically, police follow up with child sex offenders to ensure they are complying with their residency restrictions, city attorneys said. The city says they live too close to a playground, which has sparked a legal fight over housing, redemption and the definition of a playground.
He thinks he had to move because a nearby community center began housing a preschool. It is unclear how many of the 16 other notified child sex offenders have moved, and some are still within the day timeframe to move. He says the structured program for men with its daily Bible classes, religious services and work assignments transformed him.
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