CA RSOL Meeting in Fresno – November 9

On November 9, 2013, Attorney Janice Bellucci with California Reform Sex Offender Laws ( will be in Fresno to talk about her role in helping offenders who must register, to understand they have a civil rights attorney to help them.

Janice has filed lawsuits against California Cities, that restrict sex offenders from going into public buildings or other public areas. She has successfully sued and won to have these ordinances repealed.

Another guest is Clare Ann Ruth Heffelbower from Fresno Pacific University. She is the Director of the COSA program -Circles of Support and Accountability – at She uses volunteer community members to work with sex offenders every day.

If you value freedom for all individuals and want to learn how you can become involved as a volunteer to help the community to learn the truth about sex offenders who must register, then YOU must attend this meeting.
Mennonite Church
5015 E. Olive Ave.
Fresno, Ca. 93657
10:00 am to 1:00 pm

We have invited numerous individuals throughout the Fresno area who are involved in providing housing and treatment, religious and support groups, Federal and State agencies, employers and those who have to register and their families. Our goal is to create a network of support and provide a process to distribute information for any of the services and organizations that will help offenders.


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This is the first meeting to be held in Fresno. We look forward to meeting you there!

We had a great meeting in Fresno! Thank you to the Mennonite Church for hosting the meeting which was attended by 40+ individuals. Because of this meeting, we now have a local group that can distribute information to registered citizens in that area. CA RSOL will return to Fresno in 2014. In the meantime, keep reading the website for updates.

Thanks for coming Janice.