Most peeps will agree that the 'Sarah' law in principle is ideal for protecting the kids of today and but it be nice if certain instituitions say under the catholic church or kids homes be given even more scrutiny IMHO. However scanning through various tabloids yesterday, there were a few interesting suggestions such as 1) If any neighbour, family members, gen public think someone's acting weird in the neighbourhood/community, then all and all are encouraged to call the cops and get the intel lowdown on said individual(s) just in case they may be perceived as a threat to the little ones. 2) Said intel then spurts out info to say whether threat is viable or not, if not then under some protection act, nothing be done, and no one gets hassled and the cops don't think about it again. Otherwise if any remote threat after background check and surveillance. Problem is as a few people said in the papers, that anybody who has a grudge against anyone could use this to their advantage and call up the cops to cause trouble. It reminds me of the witchhunts of yesteryear and a little of McCarthism in 50s America. Any thoughts please?