National RSOL Admin Team members on talk radio

The Blog Talk Radio Show ”Changing Sex Offender Laws” presents National Reform Sex Offender Laws (RSOL): “The Big Picture affecting our nation.”

Part 1: March 2, 2014 at 8:00 pm (PST)

The National RSOL Executive Director, Brenda Jones, will participate in an Internet radio show to discuss the issues and the demoralizing effect that the public sex offender registry has on all communities. She will discuss why it is imperative to change this thinking to heal society, the victim, and the offender. Blog Talk Radio will detail the National RSOL and what it is doing to protect the nation and reform sex offender issues. The topics include,

  • The vision and mission of this organization.
  • The effect sex offender laws have on the community.

Part 2: March 9, 2014 at 8:00 pm (PST)

The National RSOL spokesperson, Jon Cordiero, will participate in an Internet radio show to discuss and detail the scope of the organization and his reason for being part of this national movement, including:

  • The reason he is involved as an author and a provider of housing, both educating and mentoring through his organization,
  • What you can do in your community to help protect your family.

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  1. Geneva Thrasher

    I would really like to see the sex offender laws have classifications. Right now, people from peeing outside to predators are all treated the same. No category of the offenses. Same example as up front guy pees, someone sees him, they charge him as sexual offender, he does 60 days jail, gets out, and is a life-time sex offender. This is why he relives his punishment over and over again.