A COMMONLY-CITED STATISTIC ABOUT SEX OFFENDER RE-OFFENSE RATES IS WRONG

  A COMMONLY-CITED STATISTIC ABOUT SEX OFFENDER RE-OFFENSE RATES IS WRONG. Jul 28, 2015 Ira Ellman PROFESSOR AT SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR COLLEGE OF LAW, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Proponents of criminal justice reform never talk about sex offenders. They’re political untouchables

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Teamwork Makes the Dreamwork Newsletter – May, 2022

This is the 3rd edition of a monthly newsletter providing general information, scheduling, and planning updates about the March 2023 Conference and Vigil in Washington D.C.

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Restorative Justice for Sex Offenses? A Conversation About Possibilities [4/13/22 Webinar]

Webinar Topic: Restorative Justice for Sex Offenses? A Conversation About Possibilities Featuring Author Judith Levine & Social Worker Susannah Karlin Sponsored by the St. Francis College Departments of Sociology and Criminal Justice, and Women’s & Gender Studies April

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Teamwork-Makes-the-Dreamwork-Newsletter-April_2022

This is the 2nd edition of our monthly newsletter providing general information, scheduling, and planning updates about the March 2023 Conference and Vigil in Washington D.C.

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Teamwork-Makes-the-Dreamwork-Newsletter-March_2022

This is the first version of a monthly newsletter providing general information, scheduling, and planning updates about the March 2023 Conference and Vigil in Washington D.C.

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TeamWork Makes the DreamWork 2023

  Are you a civil and human rights advocate? Sync up with us on March 5, 2023 when the conference begins in DC. Count down until the conference begins 3/5/2023 at 8:00am Eastern Time Click here to pre-order

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Critical reflections on labeling as an ethical issue in the field of psychology

Gwenda M. Willis (2018) “Why call someone by what we don’t want them to be? The ethics of labeling in forensic/correctional psychology,” Psychology, Crime & Law, 24:7, 727-743, DOI: 10.1080/1068316X.2017.1421640 Gwenda M. Willis & Elizabeth Letourneau. guest editorial:

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Women Against Registry and their WAR Room to Host Special Guest Dr. Gene I. Katz

Topics to include his doctoral study on evidence-based practice in sexual offender treatment as well as how citizens can affect legislative changes. ARNOLD, MO, UNITED STATES, September 9, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today Women Against Registry announced the upcoming speaker in

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The pivot from annihilation to reasonable accountability and justice for all

We are the families living at the little ‘red dots’ you see on a registry map. Currently, there are almost three million of us; wives, mothers, sisters, girlfriends, brothers, fathers, grandparents, and so on. You notice I didn’t

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Is the Tide Turning Against Public Sex Offense Registries?

BY RORY FLEMING JULY 2, 2021 On June 8, the American Law Institute, arguably the most prestigious non-governmental law reform organization in the country, concluded its national meeting. One of its agenda items was to have its thousands of elected

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Urgent: SCOTUS petition needs signatures now

This note is for all organizations and individuals that fight (each in their own way) against the draconian sex offense laws in this country.  Please forward this email to any pertinent organization or individual that we may have unintentionally

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Person-First

Critical reflections on labeling as an ethical issue in the field of psychology. Gwenda M. Willis (2018) “Why call someone by what we don’t want them to be? The ethics of labeling in forensic/correctional psychology,” Psychology, Crime &

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7-year-old New York boy charged with rape

A 7-year-old boy from upstate New York has been charged with rape, a report said Tuesday. The child, of Brasher Falls near the Canadian border, was arrested by state police in connection with an incident that happened on

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Assistant principal found dead in home hours after arrest for sex offenses against student

WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – An assistant principal at Noble Middle School who was arrested early Friday morning for sex offenses against a student which allegedly took place in the early 1990s has been found dead in his home.

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STOP HERE and Watch the SOHO Forum Debating the Registry

Professor Emily Horowitz Saint Francis College, Brooklyn Heights Professor Horowitz is a professor of sociology & criminal justice and directs the Institute for Peace & Justice and founded and co-directs the post-prison college program (a nationally recognized program

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We Are All Sex Offenders

Most of us will likely avoid ever having our names listed on the National Sex Offense Registry, but virtually none of us is without sin in this area. Whether in word, deed or in X-rated imagination, we have

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Man dies in Civil Commitment After Being Beaten by Officers

March 4, 2021, 6:45 am The family of Darrell Smith is suing the state after he was beaten to a near comatose state by a group of correctional officers at the Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Avenel.

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698 comments on the Federal SORNA Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM)

Here are the comments posted on the Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) for changes to the United States Code of Federal Regulations. Changes that would increase federal requirements over and above state requirements.  There are over 698

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The First Ever Live Streamed Anti–Registry Peaceful Demonstration

On August 20, 2020, the 10th Circuit Court in Denver overturned Millard v Rankin, the US District Court ruling that found Colorado’s sex offense registry scheme violated the 8th Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment. (The 10th Circuit ruling

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Demonstration 9-24-20

Demonstration at 10th Circuit Appeals Court, 1823 Stout St, Denver, CO 80257, 8am to 2pm Sept 24, 2020 Thursday

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