Category: News

NM Senator Speaks Out for Reform

“From good to better to stupendous!” That was Lloyd Swartz, president of Reform Sex Offender Law’s New Mexico affiliate, describing the national organization’s fourth annual 3-day conference that closed Sunday at the Ramada Conference Center in Albuquerque. RSOL’s Executive Director…

Challenge of Pennsylvania Senate Bill 1183

On December 20, RSOL sent a press release to 130 news outlets, and a few legislators, primarily in PA, announcing that it would soon challenge sections of Senate Bill 1183 (Pennsylvania’s new sex offender registration requirements) on multiple constitutional grounds.…

2013 National Conference

RSOL’s National Conference, “Justice for All,” will be held in Los Angeles (near LAX) from August 29 – Sept. 1, 2013. The RSOL National Conference provides an opportunity to interact and network with researchers, mental health professionals, criminal justice practitioners, and…

Tales from the Registry Website

In the current political and social climate, the voices of registrants and their families are drowned out by many factors. Fear of vigilantes, unwanted media attention, and shame for being required to register are major concerns. RSOL believes every person’s…

A Thank You from Kevin

A Thank-You from Kevin Still a little more than 24 hours to go, and our project has been funded 100% and then some. I am such a mix of feelings right now; I can’t describe it. I can feel my…

Plan to fight in Texas (HB 23)

Civil Rights Group Questions Constitutionally of Proposal     Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc. (RSOL) plans to oppose Texas House Bill 23, a proposal that was recently filed by State Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer (D-San Antonio). The legislation would require…