There is controversy in several states over the treatment of people (usually men) who have been convicted of child abuse or sexual abuse, served their time, and then been released. Some feel that, after their release, they have paid their debt to society and should not be "tagged" as an abuser in such a way that it affects where they can live or where they can work. Of course, when people who live in a neighborhood discover that a person convicted of this type of abuse is in their neighborhood, they think it should be disclosed. More than that, they think the abuser should not be able to live there. Their feelings are justified because the rate of recidivism among convicted abusers is very high. How would we, as Baptists, advise society to deal with this problem?