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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March 2023 Conference Sign-up form

The countdown clock has begun and it’s full speed ahead to the BIG events in March 2023. The first thing we need to do is to plan the conference (scheduled for March 5 and 6), followed by the

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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 signup

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Please join the next War Room on Tuesday, Jan 11 at 8 p.m. (Eastern), 7 p.m. (Central), 6 p.m. (Mountain), 5 p.m. (Pacific).     Join the next WAR Room meeting scheduled for Jan 11, 2022. Women Against

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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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Fact Sheet 2

Sex Offense Registry Fact Sheet  Emily Horowitz, Ph.D. // Dept. of Sociology & Criminal Justice, St. Francis College // ehorowitz@sfc.edu *As of 2018, there were 917,771 people listed on the U.S. sex offense registry (NCMEC, 2018) – an increase

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Sex Offense Registry Fact Sheet

Sex Offense Registry Fact Sheet  Emily Horowitz, Ph.D. // Dept. of Sociology & Criminal Justice, St. Francis College // ehorowitz@sfc.edu   *As of 2018, there were 917,771 people listed on the U.S. sex offense registry (NCMEC, 2018) –

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Four Truths

Four Truths Four Truths help you understand different perspectives that influence individual and group action. When you recognize and consider the possible perspectives in any situation, you are better able to navigate the differences that limit open dialogue

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CO: Mandatory lifetime juvenile sex offender registration is unconstitutional, Colorado Supreme Court rules

June 28, 2021, 1:40 pm Juveniles cannot be mandated to register as lifelong “sex offenders” in Colorado if there is no way for offenders to be individually assessed or to later be removed from the registry, the state

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Four Types of Truth

Objective Truth is what exists and can be proved in this physicality. (The sun moves across the sky each day.) Normative Truth is what we, as a group, agree is true. (English speakers agreed to use the word day to

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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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WAR Room recordings of guest speakers

Soon we will have recordings of our guest speakers available here. But you don’t have to wait. Join our WAR Room meetings and hear them live. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at

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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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