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The film's focus is Palace Mobile Park in St. Petersburg, Floridanicknamed "Pervert Park", which houses over convicted sex offenders. The film premiered at Copenhagen International Documentary Festival. The Barkfors read an article about Florida Justice Transitions in a Danish newspaper which provoked their interest in the park, which they got the impression was "a society of its own". They visited the park for the first time in and found it to be very different from their expectations. This s documentary film-related article is a stub.


Inside pervert park: is this the creepiest place in the world?

WITH more than unsupervised sex predators living side by side - this notorious trailer park - described as a "hotbed of drugs and hookers" - may be one of the most dangerous neighbourhoods in the US. From the outside, Palace Mobile Home Park - dubbed "Pervert Park" - looks just like any other trailer village — full of Americans scraping by on minimum wage or less. But Sun Online's exclusive investigation into the community reveals local residents outside the park live in fear.

The residents' crimes range from being busted looking at child pornography, soliciting minors online for sex, through to molesting their own children. A neighbour to the Saint Petersburg, Florida park — who refused to be named because his own father is a resident — told Sun Online that the theory is the offenders can be reintegrated into society after serving prison time. Destara Anderson, a mom of three girls aged trailer park sex, 10, and nine, lives just metres from Palace Park — and only found out about what it really was a year after she moved into her modest home with her husband, their girls, and a wheelchair-bound mother-in-law.

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It was really upsetting. Some Palace Park residents wear court-mandated ankle-brace tracking devices or are required to check in with police regularly as part of their parole conditions - but otherwise are free to come and go as they please. In our existence, no resident has been convicted of a new sex offence.

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They also says residents are offered on-site church and counselling services, plus AA and NA meetings. However the park's management told Sun Online that they don't provide supervision - and any supervision that residents do get is provided by the Department of Corrections and only for those on parole. Douglas Baldwin, one of the managers at the park, told Sun Online the park is generally "quiet" with a very low crime rate and they had not had a resident commit a sex offence since they opened. He said: "We've become somewhat of a refuge simply because the rest of the society wants to pass everybody on.

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If you're not allowed to be any place else except out in the street, a place like this becomes important. So the supervision they get - if they get any - is typically through the Department of Corrections because a great of them are on probation.

That's part of why there's such a low rate of re-offending because the other people would be endangered by that so if they think something's going on - they tend to report it. We're not fenced in and sometimes people might sneak in but we certainly don't condone it, and if we find out, they're out. So unless you're just going to put a death sentence on everyone we have to deal with it.

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The vast majority of people here are not the people they were when their offence was commited. Petersburg police spokeswoman confirmed there were no special supervision measures in place for Palace Park.

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But look again and you will see many residents wearing ankle monitor systems that alert authorities if they wander too far away.


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