“Registering with Dignity: A Practical Guide to Reentry and Life on the Registry” – This PDF was published in 2017 by the New Jersey-based Sex Law and Policy Center, which appears to be currently suspended. But their pamphlet offers essential advice for those having to navigate the registry, and is helpful to friends and family of registrants as well.
An exhaustive set of resources to help registrants navigate the difficult constraints imposed on them.
2211 County Road 400
Tobias NE 68453
2012 Dutch documentary Are All Men Pedophiles? notes that at the time of issue more than 1/3 of “sex offenders” were themselves under-age – a point underscored by a U.S. Justice Department report noting that the modal age (the age appearing most often) of an arrest in the U.S. for a sex offense is 14.
Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws
focused on SO issues in California and litigating over them
1313 West 8th Street
Los Angeles CA 90017
The National Center for Reason and Justice
focused on the falsely accused
PO Box 191101
Roxbury MA 02119
Servants of the Paracletes
helping Catholic priests etc. who have gotten in trouble.
Locations – USA: Dittmer, Missouri, and Jemez Springs, New Mexico
Fr. David T. Fitzgerald sP, Servant General
Sex Offenders Restored through Treatment (SORT), a non-profit advocacy membership organization founded in 1990, is an issue chapter of Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants (National CURE) and is referred to as CURE-SORT. The group works to provide information, resources, contacts, and support to individuals, families, defense attorneys, treatment providers, public media, legislators, law enforcement personnel, and other professionals who work with or are interested in issues of sexual abuse and its prevention.
Sex Offender Research & State News
Not for the faint of heart, this site brings home how desperate are the situations of people caught up in the U.S.’s sex-offender system. The state may not be legally able to torture or impose death, but by inaction or deliberately casting a blind eye, it brings about cruel extra-legal punishments.
National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL)
PO Box 25423, Raleigh, NC 27611
Arizona – Arizonans for Rational Sex Offenses Laws
1880 East Morton Avenue #235, Phoenix, AZ 85020
Arkansas – Arkansas Time After Time
PO Box 11491, Conway, AR 72034
Colorado – Colorado Advocates for Change
PO Box 103392, Denver, CO 80250
Colorado – Coalition for Sexual Offense Restoration (CSOR)
PO Box 20751, Denver, CO 80227
Connecticut – CT for One Standard of Justice
PO Box 461, New Canaan, CT 06840
Florida – Florida Action Committee
PO Box 470932, Lake Monroe, FL 32747
Illinois – Illinois Voices
PO Box 523, Dekalb, IL 60115
Maryland – Families Advocating Intelligent Registries
PO Box 8402, Elkridge, MD 21075
Michigan – Coalition for a Useful Registry
115 West Allegan, suite 330, Lansing, MI 48933
Nebraska – Nebraskans Unafraid
PO Box 6705, Omaha, NE 68106
New Mexico – Liberty and Justice Coalition
PO Box 36123, Albuquerque, NM 87176
North Carolina – NCRSOL
PO Box 25423, Raleigh, NC 27611
Oklahoma – Oklahoma RSOL
609 Grandview Blvd, Muskogee, OK 74403
Oklahoma – Oklahoma Voices
PO Box 462, Catoosa, OK 74015
Tennessee – Tennessee 4 Change
PO Box 3352, Lebanon, TN 87088
Texas – Texas Voices for Reason and Justice
PO Box 23539, San Antonio, TX 78223
Vermont – Vermonters for Criminal Justice
PO Box 8753, Burlington, VT 05402
https://harvardtothebighouse.com – A blog covering many topical issues, among them, the author’s passage from suburban Maryland high school, to Harvard University, to a career in intelligence, to time in Maryland prison on a sex charge. Important meditations on surviving prison, the waste and irrationality of the U.S. criminal justice system, and the human condition generally!
History of offender registries and sex laws in America – How the first target of registry laws were mobsters, and other fascinating details. http://solresearch.org/About_SOL_Research
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