Category: Advocacy

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.…

The Sex Offender Battle

There is a battle going on. It is exemplified perfectly in these two opposing headlines that were right next to each other in a list of subject-related articles: “Prevent Rape and Kidnapping With a Sex Offender Map Online” and “Nature…

Can I Travel Overseas?

Can I get a passport? Are there places that I can’t go if I am on a sex offender registry in the United States? How about just in the U.S.? Get the answers to these questions and more at the…

What Will You Learn at the Conference?

Maybe you would like to know more about federal sentencing guidelines in child pornography cases. Gilbert Schaffnit, an attorney, and Dr. Eric Imhoff, a psychotherapist and nationally recognized expert on pornography offense issues, are teaming up with a workshop based…