David Allyn Dokich - Serial Child Rapist / High Risk Sex Offender

Friday, July 08, 2005

Day 65 - Lets crunch some numbers

In case you have not noticed, we now display the number of registered sex offenders, child molesters and rapists per county near the top of the page. These numbers come from the Megan's Law web site.

We can use those numbers and the population for each county to determine the number of registered sex offenders, child molesters and rapists per 1,000 residents. Here goes:

Orange .6
San Diego .97
Los Angeles 1.2
Riverside 1.3
San Bernardino 1.5

Orange County has the lowest ratio of .6 while San Bernadino is 2.5 times higher at 1.5 offenders per 1,000 residents.

LA County has twice the ratio of Orange County. Hint: Move to Orange County.

Now lets do our favorite city comparison, Beverly Hills vs Perris (includes Mead Valley):

Beverly Hills: .1
Perris: 5.7 (thats not a typo!)

Perris has 5.7 sex offenders per 1,000 residents. Thats insane folks.

Perris has 57 times the ratio of offenders per resident as Beverly Hills. 57 times!

State law says that offenders must be released to the county they were convicted in. Riverside County has a ratio of 1.3. But Perris has a ratio of 5.7. That's 4.4 times the ratio of offenders per resident the county has.

Why?

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