Communities not using 'Amie's Law' on sex offenders
It's been two years since Amie's Law took effect in Wisconsin.
Police have only used it eight times to notify neighborhoods about new residents who committed sex crimes when they were juveniles.
Until 2005, police could only inform people about sex offenders who committed their crimes as adults.
That changed after Amie Zyla, 19, of Waukesha was molested by a 23-year-old man who did time for sex crimes as a child.