Category: Advocacy

Have you heard about sex trafficking?

Sex trafficking is the new sex offender industry buzzword. The media propaganda machine, fueled by the political opportunists, is up and going, and the numbers being thrown around stagger the imagination. If the number of innocent children–some snatched off the…

National RSOL Admin Team members on talk radio

The Blog Talk Radio Show ”Changing Sex Offender Laws” presents National Reform Sex Offender Laws (RSOL): “The Big Picture affecting our nation.” Part 1: March 2, 2014 at 8:00 pm (PST) The National RSOL Executive Director, Brenda Jones, will participate…

The case of the malicious sheriff

Newbie Georgia Republican legislator Sam Moore has struck a blow–albeit an unpopular one–for constitutional rights, fact-based legislation, and common sense. His bill would remove restrictions on registered citizens, once their sentences are satisfied, that restrict their movements and prohibit their…

Hindrances to successful sex offender re-entry

Compiled by Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc. http://nationalrsol.org/   Facilitating successful reentry is always a challenging endeavor, but with sex offenders specifically, several unique dynamics and barriers make the transition even more difficult. For example, myths about sex offenders and…

From Florida CURE

CURE is an organization that advocates for prison and criminal justice reform and prisoners’ rights for all affected. Their stance on sexual offense issues and the registry is identical to that of RSOL. Their Florida chapter put this on their site.…

Getting Sex Offender Management Right

Every once in a while, someone will get it right. Here are three articles, all just out, that give accurate, fact-based information and opinions regarding sex offender management and treatment. “Sex Offenders Aren’t all Monsters,” written by Dianne Frazee-Walker, appears…

Call to Action from RSOL and W.A.R.

URGENT from RSOL and W.A.R.: Attention Everyone! New Jersey’s Congressman Chris Smith is at it again! He wants to restrict/revoke the passports of Registered Sex Offenders. First there was 2008’s HR5722. Then there was 2009’s HR1623 followed by 2010’s HR5138.…