Saturday, March 24, 2012

Whats Happening in The Sex Offender Community

Here is Whats Happening Today
March 24, 2012:

eAdvocate Tidbits

Families Advocating Intelligent Reform (NJ FAIR) is working with the Human Rights Watch:

Mercerville, NJ - March 22, 2012: Last week New Jersey’s Families Advocating Intelligent Reform began participating in a research project with the Human Rights Watch. This project will report on the harmful effects of sex offender registration and notification laws on juveniles. The final document will focus on documenting and advocating against the human rights violations that stem from subjecting children to such laws.

DEADLINE For States to Implement the
Adam Walsh Act July 27, 2011. Long past and still only 15 of 50 have substantially complied!!

Now, 3 months into the new year and no change in State Compliance. In July (Last Year 2011) they said "it would take up to 3 months to go through what has been submitted." Still nothing!

Advocate Alert: Attorney General Holder Convenes Federal Reentry Council This article covers all sorts of topics related to the daily lives of registrants, and anyone else with a criminal record. All Advocates MUST become aware of Reentry Myth Buster Fact Sheets which are explained in this article.

"Window on Topics: Featuring Today"

What to do if you have been removed from the registry
has been updated today!

Employment Opportunities
Note: One of the Reentry Myth Buster Fact Sheets
applies to anyone with a criminal record!

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