Here may be some helpful links that pertain to getting your feet back on the ground. the best thing anyone can do is become vocal and talk about your problems. Do not hold inside what is obvious. If you are on probation, you may want to be reserved in your endeavors but, be open with your PO as well so they know you are being proactive and there are no surprises. The First Amendment always trumps any Government Agency so try to get out of the box that ex-offenders are put in and be realistic about how you approach (anyone) on the subject.
SORNA Review a.k.a. sexoffense.org – …focused on the necessary modification and ongoing review of US Public Law 109-248 also know as the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.
Women Against the Registry
Cure National – Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE)
USA FAIR Now called SANE – …the present body of law and policy designed to prevent sexual abuse neither protects society, nor successfully reintegrates former offenders into society.
SOSEN upholds laws that are fair, just, and which are based on reliable scientific evidence.
RSOL envisions effective, fact-based sexual offense laws and policies which promote public safety, safeguard civil liberties, honor human dignity, and offer holistic prevention, healing, and restoration.
SO ISSUES – The purpose of this blog is to help ex-offenders keep up-to-date on the laws that affect them….
The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers is an international, multi-disciplinary organization dedicated to preventing sexual abuse.
Acknowledging the Stigmatized: Sex Offenders
“Sickos?” A Survival Guide for Sex Offenders, Survivors and Society by John O’Hughes – It is the only book that confronts all parties head on with a solution.
Tales from the Registry – Living the registered life | A project of RSOL, Inc.
An Uphill Civil Rights Battle …Suddenly, Lindsay’s name was online for everyone to see. An NPR featured story, June 22, 2015
Sex Offenders Aren’t All Monsters – …his “sex offender” status drew the attention of campus police, who tailed him everywhere. He soon dropped out.
How Sex Offender Laws Fail to Protect the Public – Just hearing the term “sex offender” elicits an almost visceral feeling of disgust in most people
Human Rights and the Treatment of Sex Offenders – Tony Ward – Human rights create a protective zone around persons and allow them the opportunity to further their own valued personal projects without interference from others. All human beings hold human rights and that includes sex offenders, although some of their freedom rights may be legitimately curtailed by the State.
June 17, 2015 – A federal judge ruled Minnesota’s post-prison sex offender program as unconstitutional Wednesday. “The Constitution protects individual rights even when they are unpopular,”