Senator Charles Schumer is calling on the department of justice to make the latest, most up-to-date pictures of sex offenders available to law enforcement. "The case is heartbreaking, it shines a painful light on a serious problem with sex offender registries and parole systems." Senator Schumer wants to change the law that currently only requires level three sex offenders to update their photos from once a year to every three months. "But the bottom line is and why we're here today is the evidence in this case already demands changes in the way we track and monitor sex offenders. And I'm going to push for those changes so we can stop other tragedies before they have a chance to happen again." Senator Schumer says law enforcement should have every tool available when tracking down convicted sex offenders who are on the loose. "Now after Blainey went missing in October law enforcement and the public should have had access to a recent close up picture that actually looked like the man they were after. My guess is that if that picture had been released, he probably would have been caught and not committed the evil, terrible crime that he did." The Senator isn't the only one who recognizes the current problem, law enforcement does as well. "The tendency is that people want to lay blame at the feet of a certain agency or a certain person or a certain entity, when the problem isn't necessarily one agency, its systemic."