Michigan lawmakers are considering a plan to more closely monitor sex offenders.
Currently, sex offenders in the state much inform police when they move into a new community. But the sheriff in Oakland County says that's not enough to keep track of sex criminals.
He wants them to also inform local police when they move out of the community.
A bill was introduced after reports the state no longer knows where many convicted sex offenders are living.
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