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You can start with public records and websites provided by your local governement depending on your State Laws. There is usualy some sort of registred sex offender database. However, for specific information regarding the phsychological make up of individuals in your neighborhood, you will first need good definition or what is considered "normal". If you really want to get into each immediate neighbor, you could possibly hire a private detective I supose. Another approach would be to ask around your friends/family/ aquaintences or co-workers if anyone has a connection to that neighborhod. Even better, find out which Realtors sell the most homes in the neighborhood and ask them if they have relationships with any of the neighbors or any input for you. Good luck!
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