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New Tennessee Legislation Will Destroy Hundreds, Probably Thousands, of Families

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL

In some of our border states, children sit in detention camps, taken from their parents and held for a reason deemed good by some in our society.

Half the country away in the state of Tennessee, parents will be taken from their children against their will, ...

Which Makes Us Safer? Residency Restrictions or Enhanced Rehabilitation for Former Sexual Offenders?

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL

Twenty years ago, at age 23, William committed a serious sexual crime for which he spent three years in prison and participated in an intensive treatment program – four hours a day, five days a week. He confronted the demons of his own childhood molestation and ...

If It Saves More Than One Child

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL

Across America this Halloween, and in the weeks preceding it, massive campaigns were under way to protect children from persons on sexual offense registries.

Efforts ranged from “house arrest” jail detention for those on parole or probation during trick-or-treat hours to signs placed in yards and ...

New Tennessee Legislation Will Destroy Hundreds, Probably Thousands, of Families

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL

In some of our border states, children sit in detention camps, taken from their parents and held for a reason deemed good by some in our society.

Half the country away in the state of Tennessee, parents will be taken from their children against their will, ...

‘They need to be marked for life’

by Sandy, NARSOL

The mandatory chemical castration law that has just passed in Alabama is being debated every way possible. Health professionals are weighing in on why, medically, it is not an effective prevention strategy. From a moral and human rights perspective, the general consensus is that it is barbaric ...

‘They need to be marked for life’

by Sandy, NARSOL

The mandatory chemical castration law that has just passed in Alabama is being debated every way possible. Health professionals are weighing in on why, medically, it is not an effective prevention strategy. From a moral and human rights perspective, the general consensus is that it is barbaric ...

Knowing Sexual Offense Facts Important; Paying Attention to Them Critical

by Sandy Rozek

The Arkansas legislature recently passed a law imposing various restrictions on those who are on a sexual offense registry in regard to Halloween. The primary provisions make it a crime for anyone on the registry to give out candy at Halloween or to wear masks or costumes ...

Destroyed Lives

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL

In 1969, a man named Peter Yarrow, a musical pop star, opened the door of his dressing room to two sisters, ages 17 and 14, who were seeking his autograph. He was nude and proceeded with sexually suggestive and apparently aggressive remarks and behavior toward the ...

Warning: Integrity of Judicial Process at Risk

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL

Testimony from individuals at a sentencing hearing has one primary purpose: to give the court additional information on which to base a sentencing decision.

Victim impact statements focus on the harm done, while statements on behalf of the convicted are intended to paint as thorough a ...

Warning: Integrity of judicial process at risk

by Sandy Rozek, NARSOL

Testimony from individuals at a sentencing hearing has one primary purpose: to give the court additional information on which to base a sentencing decision.

Victim impact statements focus on the harm done, while statements on behalf of the convicted are intended to paint as thorough a ...

 

 

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