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It would apply to schools and childcare facilities, but it would not prohibit sex offenders from living near parks or playgrounds."Because we know those people and what makes them tick."Manitowoc and Two Rivers approved ordinances that ban the placement of sex offenders who lived outside the cities before they were sentenced. Rickert, a Milwaukee area violent sex offender, was placed Nov. Two Rivers Police Chief Joseph Collins said although he talked the DHS out of placing Rickert in the community, the city must take preventative measures now before it is back on the state's radar."Unless we take a proactive step to prevent these dangerous offenders that have no ties to our community (from) being placed here, we will be forced to accept the placements," Collins told Gannett Wisconsin Media.Two small towns in Fond du Lac County have passed ordinances similar to those in Two Rivers and Manitowoc.Rhymes was convicted in 1988 of raping a woman, beating her with a tire iron and "leaving her out in the cold naked and bloody to die," according to the sentencing hearing transcript.The DHS's placement would have happened if not for the dozens of letters residents sent to the judge and the uproar over the placement, said State Sen.Kleefisch introduced a proposal that would trump local sex offender ordinances across the state.
Many cities outside the Milwaukee area also restrict where sex offenders can live, such as within 1,500 feet of a school, church or park.
Bob Peterson, supervised release coordinator for the state public defender’s office, told the Associated Press that Rhymes' case isn't unique.“The problem is endemic right now,” Peterson said. Town of Oakland Chairperson Eugene Kapsner said two Milwaukee County judges, when ruling on the placements, violated the town's ordinance that restricts where sex offenders can live. 20 next door to a house with two teenage girls and within 1,000 feet of a playground, he said. If a sex offender can't be placed back into their original community, they should stay in prison."We just got two of the worst kind of sex offenders placed in Jefferson County," Kapsner said.
"If Milwaukee can't handle them, then they should stay where they're at."Kapsner added that he's tolerant of placing sex offenders in the Town of Oakland who are former residents."If they came from (Jefferson County), that's where they should be placed again," Kapsner said.
As a result, sex offenders were increasingly placed in the city of Milwaukee."Municipalities have created a patchwork quilt for sex-offender residency," said State Rep.
Joel Kleefisch, R-Oconomowoc, who introduced legislation in response to the trend. For the past two years, the state has initiated 11 statewide searches to place sex offenders who have been legally designated as violent and nearing the end of their sentences on supervised release, according to the Department of Health Services.
The bill also would require sex offenders to be placed in their original communities.