Reply To: The sex offender registry: a non-punitive civil regulatory scheme


I would add that the people who are in need of the change the most are the ones who are the most removed from this recourse. Most of us don’t know about activist support for reform. Most of us aren’t able to use the internet. All those Floridian men and women living in tent camps probably don’t even know about NARSOL. Most people on probation or parole for sex crimes aren’t allowed to use the internet. And, most family members either don’t care, or have jumped on the bandwagon of scarlet letter branding themselves. Maybe some paper propaganda or billboards would be a good idea. People might take the chance or scrounge up the gumption to seek this, and other recourses out it they had the knowledge.