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 in a blog titled Prison Law News. Referring often to Nicole Pitman’s Human Rights Watch report on juvenile offenders, this…

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Halloween hysteria at all-time high

HALLOWEEN HYSTERIA AT ALL-TIME HIGH ADVOCACY ORGANIZATION SUGGESTS AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc. (RSOL) calls on the media to reevaluate the sensationalized reporting of law-enforcement’s annual Halloween activities that are purportedly intended to keep children safe from registered sex offenders. Every Halloween, teams of reporters fan out across the nation filming multi-agency task forces as the officers…

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Civil rights group calls for DA Kari Brandenburg to vigorously prosecute vigilantes

Cambridge MA­­—Reform Sex Offender Laws Inc. (RSOL) calls on Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg to follow the recommendation of the Albuquerque Police Department and vigorously prosecute Emilio Chavez III and all others responsible for the savage beating of Dylan Maho on September 5th. According to police reports, Mr. Chavez has proudly admitted to administering “street justice” to an accused…

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Los Angeles Conference Successful, Informative, and Inspiring

Written by Robin Vanderwall with personal comments from Lynn Gilmore Advocates and supporters of reforming sex offender laws from throughout the nation converged on its second largest city over the Labor Day holiday weekend to participate in RSOL’s sixth national conference, “Justice for All.” From the evening of Thursday, August 29, through the late morning of Sunday, September 1, the…

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Reform Sex Offender Laws Asks for Response From Governor Haley

Cambridge, Mass.– On July, 21, 2013, two vigilantes, Jeremy Moody and his wife Christine, chose a victim from the South Carolina sex offender public registry, went to the victim’s home, gained access through a ruse, and murdered him with knife and gun. For no offense other than being there, his wife was murdered in like fashion. Charles Parker had been…

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