CA RSOL San Francisco Meeting July 28

California RSOL will lead a meeting of registrants and family members in San Francisco on Saturday, July 28, starting at 10 a.m.  The meeting will be held at the Unity Church, 2222 Bush Street.  Topics to be covered include registration, residency restrictions and pending legislation.  Speakers include lawyers and psychologists who specialize in providing services to registrants.

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California RSOL looks forward to returning to San Francisco for only its second meeting in northern California. We have news to share with registrants and family members and of course we want to listen, too. If you live in or near San Francisco, please be sure to join us for this meeting! We may not return to the area this year as we are holding meetings throughout the state.

I will be in attendance to talk briefly about my upcoming documentary, American Sex Offender, which will tell the story of our country’s broken system. After the official meeting, we’ll circle up some chairs and film a small group discussion among attendees who can stick around, and who are willing to appear on camera. Please consider attending and participating!

I’m in Los Angeles, would it benefit for me to take the trip to San Francisco or is there is there something happening a little closer to the Los Angeles area?

Joe – You are correct! The next meeting in L.A. will take place on Saturday, September 15, at 10 a.m. We will meet once again at the ACLU building, 1313 W. 8th Street, in downtown L.A. There is free parking and privacy. No media, no government allowed. As always, we will share information about recent laws, court decisions, etc. Hope to see you all there! Janice

How long (in hours) do these meetings go on for? I am interested in possibly attending the L.A. meeting in Sept., but have to work till 1:00 p.m. that day. Do these meetings go on into the afternoon by chance?

Meetings of CA RSOL usually begin at 10 a.m. and end about noon. Often people choose to stay after the meeting to exchange information and to network. We tried afternoon meetings and found that fewer people attended them.