continued Cutting and Sprague each talked about the state website that lists registered sex offenders and where they are living (criminaljustice.ny.gov/nsor).
“I just did an emailing to all of the school superintendents since school just went back into session,” Cutting said. “I sent all the information to the schools and urged them to be aware of the offenders in the area.”
“Unless you get on the website and look to see who is on the registered sexual offender list, then people will not know,” Sprague said.
Sprague said that while people should take the time to look into the website, they should not use it to harass others.
“We did have people putting signs out on lawns harassing the neighbors, but we do not promote that or any type of vigilante justice,” she said.