(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) -- A conference with the goal to reform the sex offender registry ended on Sunday without incident, ABC affiliate KOAT-TV reports.
Police had increased security near the event at Eubank and Lomas Boulevards to keep peace, but no threats or criminal activity occurred. Some residents were angered by the issue at a town hall meeting, but the Reform Sex Offender Laws group conducted their conference in Albuquerque without any problems.
The conference's lectures concentrated on changing the sex offender registry to focus the list on the most dangerous offenders who are likely to reoffend. Less than 100 people attended the conference.
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