Miracle Village is the nickname of a community on Muck City Road, about three miles east of Pahokee, Florida , that serves as a haven for registered sex offenders. In , the name was officially changed to City of Refuge, but it is still generally referred to as Miracle Village. The site was chosen because of its isolation; given that, the sex offender residence restrictions do not apply. The complex of 54 duplexes and six family homes  is operated by Matthew 25 Ministries, an organization with the stated goal of providing prison aftercare.
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This is higher than the national average of Records indicate there are 98 incarcerated Sex Offender or Predators in Florida, as well as 1, offenders whose location is unknown in Florida due to the Sex Offender or Predators being transient or their address being unmappable. All names presented here were gathered at a past date. Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.
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Florida has over 26, sex offenders and sex predators who were convicted of sex crimes and are now living among us after serving time. Sex offenders are required to register their permanent address with law enforcement. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement maintains a database with this information. With over 2,, Orange County is home to more registered sex offenders than any other county, followed by Duval and Hillsborough counties.
Greg Allen. In rural Palm Beach County, Fla. More than 20 states, including Florida, limit where convicted sex offenders can live — keeping them away from schools, parks and other places where children congregate. In Miami, dozens of homeless sex offenders live under a bridge because there are few, if any, options nearby.